10 August 2012

Zambia: Money Music Releases Pilato, Judy's Albums

Photo: Pilato
Musician Chama Fumba aka Pilato.

SINGER Kayombo's record company Money Music has released two albums by Pilato and Judy Yo. The two artistes are the latest inclusion to the record label after Marky II, Kay, Mampi and T Sean have all been signed to the label that prints and distributes the music.

Pilato has been making a lot of noise with his controversial comical social commentary music while Judy Yo has enjoyed airplay with her cool RnB music. Ichashishita by Pilato is his debut album and has hits such as the title track, Mwabombeni, Mwebachusi, and Apena.

It's a 15 track album produced by Draf X with Chama Fumba aka Pilato being the writer, arranger and performer of all the songs on the album. Judy's Chikawama is her second album after Natural Woman which was produced and distributed under K Amy but this one has several producers that include Jerry D, OC and Trick Star. The Zambian RnB singer comes alive with an eight track album that has four hits.

Where You Are, Anaka, Chikawama and Insansa are some of the songs that have had an impact on the airwaves and the singer is expected to do well on this project.

The printing of the CDs is done in China and it is not an ordinary CD set as the package is a simple and compact one which consists only the high quality CD and gross paper cover.

If one doesn't look carefully they can mistake the CD to the movies that have flooded our streets because of the packaging.

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