Holstar Launches New Platform to Curb Music Piracy in Zambia
24 November 2020
By Kinyua Mwangi
Zambian artistes can heave a sigh of relief after one of their own came up with a genius plan to down curb piracy.
Mvesani is the new platform invented by Duncan Sodala popularly known as Holstar with the participation of fellow Zambian artistes.
Fans will have to pay before listening to the music. Holstar posted on his social media handles:
“I’m just happy to see Zambians buying albums on a Zambian platform and its not small numbers! A win for one person is a win for everyone. KNYM the album is out! (@theholstarmusic).”
Holstar, a great hip hop artiste has for years decried exploitation through piracy and after years of thinking it through, he came up with the platform.
Read Also: Read Also: Macky 2 Biography, Music Career, Awards, Relationship, Net worth and Much more
Mvesani comes to play just when Holstar released his fifth album ‘Kupeleka Nyali ya Moto’. He says that the new album is close to his heart because it speaks of the things that he is passionate about in his long career in music.
‘Kupeleka Nyali Ya Moto’ is English for ‘The passing of the Torch’. In the album, he has featured top artistes in the Zambia such as Muzo Zarahni, Luwizzy, Olimba, Kaladoshas, Thanel among others.
Since the release of the album, ‘Back Against The Wall’ has proven to be an all-time favourite for Zambians.