Zambian Music Stars Inspire Viewers On Dstv’s Glo-Sponsored Series
Two Zambian stars who have contributed significantly to the growth and development of dance and music in their country recently took centre stage on the African Voices Changemakers series that is currently running on Cable News Network (CNN) and on DStv.
The guests featured on the Glo-sponsored show were Taonga Tembo and Mwila Musonda.
Taonga Tembo is the founder of Barefeet Theatre, where she teaches children the art of dancing, a platform she uses to give back to her community.
The theatre has a studio where the children are taught dance techniques and encouraged to develop their talents.
A director, cinematographer and producer, Tembo aims to reach and develop more Zambian youngsters with her chosen passion.
The second guest was 32-year-old Mwila Musonda, who is popularly known as Slapdee. He lost his parents at infancy and was raised by his aunt.
Musonda is generally regarded among Zambia’s hip-hop pioneers, having debuted in 2006 and won many awards thereafter.
On the show, Tembo and Musonda told the inspirational stories of humble beginnings and facing many adversities on their journeys that have led them to their current successes.
Repeats of the motivational show will be broadcast on DStv this week.
Credit: This article originated from www.nigeriacommunicationsweek.com.ng