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Chromez interviews celebrities from all walks of life every week

Latest Episodes

The Mic Burner Episode (Keeping The Game In-Check)

EAfter a long hiatus, Raw Conversations with Chromez is back and this weeks guest is Mic Burner, a Zambian HipHop/Dancehall artist whose rise to fame came after dropping super smash hit record Thought of You that is his biggest record as of this episode. At this time, he has a new EP out called In-Check that is available on all major digital streaming platforms. Stream on; Apple Music Deezer Spotify His mother was a singer in a band and his father was a DJ at one point and so talked about how coming from a family of music influenced his career path. Many other subjects like getting a co-sign from HHP, creating his own company, the Zambian music industry not being where it should be and more came up during this discussion. Enjoy!

73 MIN2018 AUG 25
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The Mic Burner Episode (Keeping The Game In-Check)

Tiye-P; A Man of Many Moments

EZambian Hip-Hop artist Tiye-P features on this week’s episode of the podcast. He is easily one of the most creative acts in his field and that can be heard in the music he puts out, that particular aspect trickles down to the what he presents as artwork for the singles he releases, the latest being very controversial. He took the Last Supper painting by Leonardo da Vinci and added a dancer on a pole to promote his single ‘Party Harder’ that features Reverb, Slapdee & Jay Rox, he explained why he did that. He announced that the only website that is allowed to put out his music is mdundo.com, he talked about why he arrived at making that decision. His forthcoming album called the RED Album is one of the most anticipated in Zambia and he revealed some very important aspects of it that you won’t find anywhere else but here. Tiye-P also touched on the time he was on the streets, being part of a scheme to rob people, he gave an account of how his friends would pick pockets while he wa...

81 MIN2016 DEC 17
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Tiye-P; A Man of Many Moments

Drimz; The Price Of Fame

EDrimz is a Zambian singer that hails from the Central Province in a town called Kabwe, he has been pushing his music for a very long time until he caught a break in 2015. He launched a very successful brand that has resonated well with the corporate world. On the show he opened up about a very surreal experience that almost wiped out his family. He talked about how it could have made it look like he sold his soul. He explained why his album hasn't been released this year. Drimz shared a story of when an artist that has been in the music industry longer than him insulted his parents over a performance snub. The singer delved into why branding is very important for people in the entertainment industry.

84 MIN2016 DEC 9
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Drimz; The Price Of Fame

Roberto Keeps It Real About EVERYTHING

ERoberto is the guest on this episode of #RawConversationswithChromez, he was very open to discuss every topic that came up during the interview. There were rumors that swirled for a very long time that Roberto didn’t write his smash hit single Amarulah, he explained how the rumor started and put it to rest on the show by talking about how his studio sessions work. He was free to talk about how being married to someone that understands the way the music industry works is beneficial and also explained why coming out as a married man to the public hasn’t hurt his female fan base at a very large scale. Roberto Zambia delved into some of the craziest groupie moments that he encountered. He talked about his rider and how he and his manager settled on it. All thanks to Wizkid. Mr. Amarulah, as he is sometimes referred to, also explained why his older brother General Ozzy isn’t a washed up artist. In recent times racism in Zambia has become a very talked about topic thanks to social medi...

79 MIN2016 DEC 2
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Roberto Keeps It Real About EVERYTHING

Chanda Mbao; The Zambian Rapper That Feels Like An Outsider On His Own Soil

EChromez had a great conversation with Chanda Mbao on this episode of the podcast. He is a Zambian rapper that spent a lot of his time outside his country which was a great thing for him because he got exposed to different cultures that can be heard in his music. Chanda Mbao says he doesn’t swear in his music because his family listens to it and he doesn’t want it to be a part of his legacy. He blew up in a way that made it seem like it was overnight success, which has affected him in both positive and negative ways. Chanda Mbao grew up with a single mom and he explained how that shaped the person he is today. He also talked about how his accent has affected the way people treat him, especially the gate keepers.

63 MIN2016 NOV 25
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Chanda Mbao; The Zambian Rapper That Feels Like An Outsider On His Own Soil

Raw Conversations: Dope G on Going Solo, New Album & Zone Fam's Future

EOn this episode of the show Dope G talks finishing his debut album Flowers, he explained what the title means because Chromez thinks its kind of soft for a rap album. Dope G explains the current state of affairs in the Zone Fam camp, he talked about priorities getting in the way of the group functioning. He talked about Zambian music losing its way after the Mondo music era and more. Is Crisis' first album a classic? Dope G gave an interesting answer to that. Dope G also gave an exclusive preview of a song on the album featuring Kaladoshas.

82 MIN2016 NOV 18
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Raw Conversations: Dope G on Going Solo, New Album & Zone Fam's Future
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Latest Episodes

The Mic Burner Episode (Keeping The Game In-Check)

EAfter a long hiatus, Raw Conversations with Chromez is back and this weeks guest is Mic Burner, a Zambian HipHop/Dancehall artist whose rise to fame came after dropping super smash hit record Thought of You that is his biggest record as of this episode. At this time, he has a new EP out called In-Check that is available on all major digital streaming platforms. Stream on; Apple Music Deezer Spotify His mother was a singer in a band and his father was a DJ at one point and so talked about how coming from a family of music influenced his career path. Many other subjects like getting a co-sign from HHP, creating his own company, the Zambian music industry not being where it should be and more came up during this discussion. Enjoy!

73 MIN2018 AUG 25
Comments
The Mic Burner Episode (Keeping The Game In-Check)

Tiye-P; A Man of Many Moments

EZambian Hip-Hop artist Tiye-P features on this week’s episode of the podcast. He is easily one of the most creative acts in his field and that can be heard in the music he puts out, that particular aspect trickles down to the what he presents as artwork for the singles he releases, the latest being very controversial. He took the Last Supper painting by Leonardo da Vinci and added a dancer on a pole to promote his single ‘Party Harder’ that features Reverb, Slapdee & Jay Rox, he explained why he did that. He announced that the only website that is allowed to put out his music is mdundo.com, he talked about why he arrived at making that decision. His forthcoming album called the RED Album is one of the most anticipated in Zambia and he revealed some very important aspects of it that you won’t find anywhere else but here. Tiye-P also touched on the time he was on the streets, being part of a scheme to rob people, he gave an account of how his friends would pick pockets while he wa...

81 MIN2016 DEC 17
Comments
Tiye-P; A Man of Many Moments

Drimz; The Price Of Fame

EDrimz is a Zambian singer that hails from the Central Province in a town called Kabwe, he has been pushing his music for a very long time until he caught a break in 2015. He launched a very successful brand that has resonated well with the corporate world. On the show he opened up about a very surreal experience that almost wiped out his family. He talked about how it could have made it look like he sold his soul. He explained why his album hasn't been released this year. Drimz shared a story of when an artist that has been in the music industry longer than him insulted his parents over a performance snub. The singer delved into why branding is very important for people in the entertainment industry.

84 MIN2016 DEC 9
Comments
Drimz; The Price Of Fame

Roberto Keeps It Real About EVERYTHING

ERoberto is the guest on this episode of #RawConversationswithChromez, he was very open to discuss every topic that came up during the interview. There were rumors that swirled for a very long time that Roberto didn’t write his smash hit single Amarulah, he explained how the rumor started and put it to rest on the show by talking about how his studio sessions work. He was free to talk about how being married to someone that understands the way the music industry works is beneficial and also explained why coming out as a married man to the public hasn’t hurt his female fan base at a very large scale. Roberto Zambia delved into some of the craziest groupie moments that he encountered. He talked about his rider and how he and his manager settled on it. All thanks to Wizkid. Mr. Amarulah, as he is sometimes referred to, also explained why his older brother General Ozzy isn’t a washed up artist. In recent times racism in Zambia has become a very talked about topic thanks to social medi...

79 MIN2016 DEC 2
Comments
Roberto Keeps It Real About EVERYTHING

Chanda Mbao; The Zambian Rapper That Feels Like An Outsider On His Own Soil

EChromez had a great conversation with Chanda Mbao on this episode of the podcast. He is a Zambian rapper that spent a lot of his time outside his country which was a great thing for him because he got exposed to different cultures that can be heard in his music. Chanda Mbao says he doesn’t swear in his music because his family listens to it and he doesn’t want it to be a part of his legacy. He blew up in a way that made it seem like it was overnight success, which has affected him in both positive and negative ways. Chanda Mbao grew up with a single mom and he explained how that shaped the person he is today. He also talked about how his accent has affected the way people treat him, especially the gate keepers.

63 MIN2016 NOV 25
Comments
Chanda Mbao; The Zambian Rapper That Feels Like An Outsider On His Own Soil

Raw Conversations: Dope G on Going Solo, New Album & Zone Fam's Future

EOn this episode of the show Dope G talks finishing his debut album Flowers, he explained what the title means because Chromez thinks its kind of soft for a rap album. Dope G explains the current state of affairs in the Zone Fam camp, he talked about priorities getting in the way of the group functioning. He talked about Zambian music losing its way after the Mondo music era and more. Is Crisis' first album a classic? Dope G gave an interesting answer to that. Dope G also gave an exclusive preview of a song on the album featuring Kaladoshas.

82 MIN2016 NOV 18
Comments
Raw Conversations: Dope G on Going Solo, New Album & Zone Fam's Future
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