Lady Zamar comes through on her massively-anticipated “King Zamar” album and it is all that we expected it to be and even more. After re-awakening musical consciousness across the continent of Africa with her “Love Is Blind“ golden anthem, this album is definitely a fitting follow-up.
“King Zamar” is a powerful 14 track album and the fact that it features only two musical acts in Mpumi and Ayanda Jiya, is a further testament of the prolific musical talent and content which this damsel packs.
Lady Zamar has described her new album as a very personal project with a global sound, listen to her as she sheds light on her album.
We are simply in awe of Lady Zamar‘s vocal abilities and this project is one that will get you addicted in an instant. “King Zamar”album is one of such projects that will define history in years to come.
Statements such as ‘2017 was the year Donald Trump assumed office as the President of the United States of America and also one in which Lady Zamar dropped the “King Zamar” album’ wouldn’t be far-fetched.
On the album name, “King Zamar”, Lady Zamar says many women have dubbed themselves Queens. However, she sees herself as a King because a King controls a domain and this is the way she feels about her music. On the features, she says even though people like to be featured, she wanted to stamp her authority on this one as her own artiste. Golden words right there!
The “King Zamar” album is already enjoying massive reviews from music fans, pundits and critics alike. However, we believe it is primed to define the South African music industry for a long time.
Checkout the listening session with Lady Zamar below:
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Big ups, Lady Zamar – we are huge fans of your talent and craft.
Below is the “King Zamar” tracklist:
1. Love Is Blind
2. Kissing (King Zamar)
3. Sophia Town
4. Stranger ft.Mpumi & Ayanda Jiya
7. Hell No
8. It’s You – Dreaming
11. More To Life
12. My Baby
13. Bang Bang
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