Paul Ngozi

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Paul Ngozi (1949–1989), born Paul Dobson Nyirongo, was a popular Zambian musician. He rose to the top of the Zambian music scene in the 1970s and 1980s. He first became popular as the band leader of the ‘Ngozi Family’, a band which made a mark as a top local rock group and was one of the first groups to have its music classified as Zamrock.

He earned his place as a ‘sharp’ social commentator because the themes of his music were usually very close to society’s own lives and therefore easy to relate to.

He is listed at number 81 of the most popular Zambians by The Zambian online newspaper.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • Heavy Connection
  • Happy Trip
  • Heavy Metal
  • In The Ghetto
  • 45,000 Volts
  • Day Of Judgment
  • Bad Character
  • 99% Confusion
  • Viva Ngozi
  • Lightning And Thunder
  • The Best of Paul Ngozi

Selected Singles[edit]

  • I've been looking for you/We were not told
  • Timwenge tabenetabene
  • Kunali kamwana
  • Tikondane
  • Sooka iyo
  • Kanyamata
  • Sunka mulamu
  • Bauze
  • HalfMweny-Half Muntu
  • Size Nine
  • Ulemu
  • Vina bwela mo chedwa
  • Yowowa
  • Give Me A Hand
  • Musizani Yomunde'
  • Kunisebanya
  • Mulandu Wa Damage
  • Nyagondwe
  • Vikwati Vapa Telephone
  • Nshaupwa bwino

See also[edit]

Music of Zambia

References[edit]

http://www.thezambian.com/zambia/w/lists/the-most-popular-zambians.aspx http://www.youtube.com/user/baleke#g/u

External links[edit]

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  • [http: www.mondomusicshop.com/index.php?act=viewProd&productId=70]