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T-bwoy tells fans to ‘Take it easy’

DANCEHALL artiste T-bwoy.

NDANGWA MWITTAH, Livingstone
DANCEHALL artiste T-bwoy, who is in the studio working on his fifth album, has given his fans a taste of what is expected on the yet to be titled album with a release of a single and music video.
The single, Take It Easy, was recorded in Zambia by Cream Dollar and Yikes while the video was shot in Namibia and directed by Eric Mulenga of D Naff Entertainment and Dweet Productions.
“I was in Namibia for a meeting at work and I decided to shoot the video from there too. I am very happy with the professional manner of the guys. I enjoyed the video shoot very much,” he said.
T-bwoy, a new father, is an employee of the Food Reserve Agency (FRA) and also proprietor of Dweet, an embroidery and printing company.
The song becomes the second single to be released by him off the new project. It follows Ubaba Mutima, an acoustic version of the song he recorded and released in 2013.
T-bwoy, born Tanonga Nswana, said in an interview that his new project will be produced mostly by T-Sean, with whom he recently released a collaboration album, One Day.
“I find it easy to work with T-Sean because he is one of the few producers that know and understand my type of music but obviously I am going to work with other producers too,” he said.
He also featured on D Naff’s recently released single, Ombolokotti, a mellow song that talks about being grateful and not looking down on people.
T- bwoy and T–Sean have been long-time friends and business partners.
They recorded No Mountain at K-Army and in 2013, they set up a recording studio and record label, Bizzy Baila International, which they launched at the Lusaka Playhouse with auditions leading to the discovery of the likes of Wezi, Zola, D Stereo and Mwape.

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