Roberto Featured Alongside Mariah Carrey

Representing Zambia on the BBC world service

By  | Nov 10, 2020, 01:10 PM  | Roberto  | Top of The

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A veteran in the music industry in his own right, he has been in the game for a long time and also comes from a musical family background. He has written songs for South African  veterans as well, when he spent time in the country.

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The superstar was elated when he shared this milestone on his Instagram page, being featured alongside some of the best international superstars is definitely something to celebrate.

'Zambian Singer/Producer/Songwriter @robertozambia , @mariahcarey , @samuelljackson and Wu-Tang Clan founding member @rza feature on @bbcworldservice
#TheArtsHour show. "Roberto - African Woman" officially makes BBC WORLD SERVICE PLAYLIST. #BBC Listen via BBC World Service Websiste NOW'

The BBC world service is a global playlist that aims to showcase great music from all over the world and Roberto is the first Zambian artist to feature on the playlist. Moreover, the list includes huge names like Mariah Carey, actor Samuel L Jackson and founding member of RZA Wu-Tang Clan.

The song featured on the BBC World Service playlist is African Woman. The song was released back in June and features another Zambian artist General Ozzy.

Roberto is one of Zambia’s richest top international artists, alongside Macky 2 and Chef 187, he loved in most African countries, including Nigeria, Ghana and Namibia. Namibia is also where he got paid an estimated 250,000 for a guest appearance at the Namibian Awards ceremony. YouTube has also paid him an estimated k180,200 after Amarula hit a thousand views on their service. Roberto also has endorsements paying him about k350,000 per year which make him reportedly worth: $6 Million

Zambia represent!

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