Shanky Briz collaborates with upcoming artist

Shanky Briz
Shanky Briz

SELEBI- PHIKWE: The Kasane based African pop artist who combines dancehall and ragga Shanky Briz is working on a single with an upcoming Selebi-Phikwe artist Lico B. Shanky Briz whose name is Sirishebo Nshimwe would drop the single named ''I’m Sorry” featuring Lico B born Christopher Keipone end of this month.

The 25-year- old Shanky Briz said he chose to collaborate with Lico B to boost him and help him penetrate the music industry quickly since he is top. “I met Lico B at one of my current trending album “Table of two” launch last year in November at Moiyabana village when he came up on stage and asked to perform his song.

He was so amazing and I discovered he had talent and only needed support to enter the music industry,” he said.

The multi-talented musician who is well known for his Zambian ragga said he loved helping people succeed in their dreams and that is exactly what he wants to assist Lico B with.

The “Table of two” hit-maker said that he would continue to assist and nurture more upcoming artists.

Shanky Briz who sings in Sesubia, a language spoken in the Chobe region and a bit of Lozi, a Zambian language, said I’m Sorry single would also be sung in those two languages and English to accommodate Lico B.

The duo ‘s single is a love song, which is an apology to a women seeking for second chance after a break up.

“I was inspired by the story of one lady friend of mine who was begged by his ex- boyfriend for back love after they broke up and this is a common life challenge most people have experienced,” he said.

Shanky Briz, who worked with Zambia, artiste Shenki Sugar and Kapili Kapish on his album “Table of two” however said he is also working on the Table of two, music video and expect it to be also out before end this.

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