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Nsimbi Gives Hope On Their Latest Music Video “Esuubi”

Ugandan rapper G.N.L Zamba and his wife, Tamar under their music group ‘Nsimbi Music’ have released the video to their single ‘Esuubi’. In ‘Esuubi’ (translated

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GNL Zamba To Re-unite With Mun G And Bigtrill

Rapper Ernest Nsimbi also known as GNL Zamba has revealed that he and his old friends, Mun G and Big Trill will soon re -unite


SOUL LUGA-FLOETRY! Kenneth Mugabe And G.N.L Zamba To Drop A Musical Piece Together.

The Luga flow rap champion and Baboon Forest Entertainment boss, G.N.L Zamba and gifted Afro soul singer, Kenneth Mugabi are working on a musical project


My ‘The Spear Album’ Made A Billion UGX – GNL Zamba

Uganda lugaflow rap god, G.N.L Zamba, proves to be the greatest with no doubt when he took it on his social media platform and claim


THE SPEAR ALBUM: G.N.L Zamba Drops An Album Inspired By The Past, The Present And The Future.

GNL Zamba, the most popular and influential Hiphop artist in Uganda, credited with bringing rap and Lugaflow style of music to mainstream radio and other

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MUSIC REVIEW: GNL Zamba – ‘UGANDA YAFFE REMIX’ Featuring Fresh Kid, JOY 7, St.Max Mayne, Prolific, Judas And Kadabra.

Writes Art critic, Frank Ntambi!! A week ago, Baboon Forest boss GNL Zamba released Uganda Yaffe Remix, an All-star piece of the talented freshmen class


UGANDA YAFFE FESTIVAL: GNL Zamba To Hold Online Independence Celebration.

Baboon Forest Entertainment in partnership with Nsimbi will be holding the 1st edition of the Uganda Yaffe Festival – online! The festival celebrating Uganda’s Independence

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G.N.L Zamba Teams Up With Herbert Ssensamba For ‘Say Yes’ – WATCH

The Baboon Forest boss GNL Nsimbi Zamba promised us that we shall be hearing so much from him more often. His “Dear Hip Hop” release

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Rap King GNL “Ceasor” Zamba has returned to rescue Uganda’s hip-hop fraternity. Picking a leaf from USA’s Hip-hop awards “Tony and Sony” rhymes were Uganda’s