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Roberto has something up his sleeve

CHAMBO NG’UNI, Kabwe
WHEN it comes to production of videos for his songs, this is an area where award-winning singer Roberto is an exception.
Roberto seems to have mastered the art of producing musical videos that meet international standards.
Take for example the video for his song AmaRulah; it is one of the best to have come out of Zambia in recent years.
And who would not want to add such a video to his or her music collection?
Roberto is now working on his latest musical video for one of his latest songs, Chitenge, which he says is being shot in South Africa, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe during his performances.
In an interview on Tuesday, he said it will be one of his best musical videos, which is about exposing Zambia.
“The video is not yet out, but we expect it sometime next month [August],” Roberto said.
“The country has got rich tourist attractions, which are not exposed on the international market.”
He also said he had hopes to shoot part of the video in Dubai, but because of some circumstances beyond his control this has not been possible.
Other videos he is working on are songs such as Am Gone Love, which is being shot in South Africa, Milo and Dream (in which he features Reekado Banks and General Ozzy).
His first musical video was Mutima wako released in 2007 and was followed by Save our love (2009), Benji and Love You (2012), Chawama and Salalula (2011), Good Woman and Eponaba (2013).
Other musical videos released in 2014 are Win It, Osanisiya So (shot in the United Kingdom) and AmaRulah.
Meanwhile, the singer says he is happy to be one of the three Zambians nominated for the second African Muzik Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA) set for October 10, 2015 at the historic Black Academy of Arts and Letters, Dallas, Texas, in the United States.
Cleo Ice Queen and Slap D are the other two Zambian musicians nominated for AFRIMMA.


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