Zambian 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 was the watch.
The rapper talked about how there are many rappers that try to sound like him and pointed out a particular case that really caught his attention and he is planning on engaging that person so they could work together.
During the course of 2016, he was caught up in a brief spat with fellow rapper Muzo, he explained how the beef started and why son’d him on social media real bad.
Tiye-P gave interesting insight on how rappers handle groupies, you definitely have to listen to that.
The rapper from the east says he isn’t part of the Zambia Association for Musicians, he explained why he chose not to.
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