SlapDee, one of Zambia’s most popular hip-hop artists, has released the official music video for his song “Vagwada”, which is the first track off his album Black Na White II. The video, directed and edited by T H 3 3 B R I Z Z, showcases SlapDee’s rap skills and charisma as he performs in various locations with his crew. The song is a catchy and upbeat tune that celebrates SlapDee’s success and confidence in the music industry.
“Vagwada” means “I’m here” in Nyanja, one of Zambia’s official languages, and SlapDee uses it to assert his presence and dominance in the rap scene. He also references his previous album Mother Tongue, which featured collaborations with other prominent Zambian artists such as Daev Zambia and Busiswa. The video has received over 67K views on YouTube since its release on March 17, 2017 .
SlapDee, whose real name is Mwila Musonda, is a multi-award winning rapper who has been active since 2006. He is the founder of XYZ Entertainment, a record label that has signed some of the best talents in Zambia. He is also a philanthropist who supports various causes such as education and youth empowerment. He is widely regarded as one of the pioneers and influencers of Zambian hip-hop culture.
You can watch the full music video for “Vagwada” by SlapDee here or stream the song on Spotify, Apple Music, or Amazon. You can also follow SlapDee on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram to stay updated on his latest projects and news.
SlapDee’s album Black Na White II is a sequel to his 2011 album Black Na White, which was also a huge success. The album features 18 tracks that showcase SlapDee’s versatility and creativity as a rapper. He experiments with different genres and styles, such as dancehall, afrobeat, and R&B, while staying true to his hip-hop roots. He also collaborates with some of the best artists in Zambia and beyond, such as Bobby East, Mumba Yachi, Patoranking, and Seyi Shay.
Some of the standout tracks on the album are “Radio”, “No Wonder”, “Devil You Are A Liar”, and “Osa Wala”. The album also contains the hit singles “Mother Tongue” and “Savuka”, which have received millions of views and streams online. The album is a testament to SlapDee’s talent and passion for music, as well as his dedication to his fans and his country. He delivers a quality product that appeals to a wide audience and showcases the potential of Zambian music on the global stage.
If you are a fan of SlapDee or hip-hop music in general, you should definitely check out his album Black Na White II. You can download or stream it on various platforms such as iTunes, Spotify, Deezer, or Audiomack. You can also watch some of his music videos on his YouTube channel or listen to some of his interviews on SoundCloud. You will not be disappointed by SlapDee’s music, which is full of energy, emotion, and inspiration.
SlapDee is not only a rapper, but also a businessman and a social activist. He is the owner of XYZ Entertainment, which he founded in 2009 with the aim of promoting and supporting Zambian music and artists. He has signed and mentored some of the most talented and successful artists in the country, such as Bobby East, Daev Zambia, Koby, B-Mak, and Nez Long. He has also partnered with other record labels and media outlets to expand his reach and influence.
SlapDee is also involved in various social causes and initiatives that aim to improve the lives of his fellow Zambians. He is an ambassador for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), where he advocates for issues such as education, health, and youth empowerment. He has also participated in campaigns such as “Stand Up For Zambia”, “One Zambia One Nation”, and “Keep Zambia Clean”. He uses his music and his platform to raise awareness and inspire positive change in his society.
SlapDee is a role model and a leader for many young Zambians who aspire to follow in his footsteps. He has overcome many challenges and obstacles in his life and career, such as poverty, violence, and criticism. He has worked hard to achieve his dreams and goals, while staying humble and grateful for his blessings. He has also given back to his community and his country, by sharing his skills, knowledge, and resources with others. He is a true example of what it means to be a Zambian star.