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5 Times Zambian artistes Sampled Beats and made hits songs

5 Times Zambian artistes Sampled Beats and made hits songs






The Zambian Music Industry has continued to grow over the years as the new wave is taking over. We at Zamfuse gathered 7 hit songs copied by Big Zambian artistes and producers.




1. Mampi Rollercoaster produced by Jazzy Boy. Originally the beat was copied from Cynthia Morgan’s track “Simatiniya”


Down below is the link to both Mampi and Cynthia Morgan’s






2. Macky 2 x Wezi – “Should I Say Yes”  produced by Thee High Grade (T-Sean). This Song was copied exactly as it was done by Nu Shooz in an album dubbed “Told U So” in 1987, starting from the beat to the hook except for the verses macky 2 dropped in.


Below are the links to both songs

Nu Shooz


Macky 2


Macky2 Ft. Wezi – Should I Say Yes (no tags)


3. Slapdee Ft Daev -” No wonder ” produced by Mr. Stash. Originally the beat was copied from Tekno’s song “Wash”


Below  are the links to both songs

Tekno – Wash


Slapdee “No wonder”


4. Tonny Breezy – “Jump Off”

The series of jump off have become popular in Zambia as it is used by rappers to express their feelings and also help upcoming artistes to gain recognition. This does not change the fact that the beat was sampled from  Meek Mill’s song dubbed “Work” featuring  Rick Ross.

Below are the links to both songs

Meek Mill “work”


Jump Off



5. Lastly but not the least on the list is the most happening song in the country.


Slapdee Ft Daev and Patoranking


The beat was sampled from Kranium’s Song “Cant Believe” featuring Wiz Kid and Ty Dollar Sign

Can’t believe




Slapdee responds to satanism allegations

Multi-award winning HipHop artiste and XYZ  frontman “Slapdee” has finally responded to Satanism allegations which were leveled against by unnamed Online platform.

The allegations surfaced online after the tragic death of Caristo Clear (MHSRIP) who died in a car accident.

According to the allegations, a named person who as gone mute after raising the dust confessed a list of Local Celebs who were initiated into Satanism for fame and success and among them was King Dizzo.

However, Slapdee has a smart way of responding to these seemingly fake publications. The rapper took it to his social media accounts of more more than 200K followers in total and unleash an ultimate clap back.

KingDizo posted