Levisoni Masamba’s ‘Zayera’ Tops Radio 2Fm Chart

 Levisoni Masamba’s ‘Zayera’ Tops Radio 2Fm Chart

By Tamandani Zimbiri

Levisoni Masamba’s ‘Zayera’ is the hit that has landed to position one on Radio 2Fm top twenty weekly chart. Zayera was produced at Classic Records by Madela in December of 2021and it is the title track of his upcoming album.

In an interview with zambuye, the Yesu Mutiyenderenso hit maker expressed his gratitude to God for his grace and appreciate his followers for the unending support.

“I thank all the people who are supporting my music, the support give me the momentum to work hard and produce more songs,” he said.

Zayera is not Masamba’s first song to get to the top of this chart, recently his other song ‘Zipite’ was on top of the chart. He also pointed out that most of the songs from his upcoming album have risen to the top three of the chart.

“Am grateful to God for the support I get from well wishers and my followers. This is just the beginning. This kind of support is enough motivation for me to even go beyond what man can see. I have several new songs that am planning on releasing, be expectant.” he said.

The other song on the top chart this week is ‘Dzanja la Ambuye’ by Sir Norman Phiri which was released on 30th April of 2022. It is one of the songs in his new album titled ‘Mukalankhura’. Speaking with zambuye, Sir Norma Phiri thanked God for such grace and all gospel music lovers not forgetting his fans who are giving him the untimely support.

Meanwhile the producer of the program, Mike Chilimampunga, popularly known as Mike C said he is happy to see artists excelling. “The chart has been full of The Cream of Gospel Music on the local scene.”

Mike C explained that any gospel artist can join the chart, submission of songs is free of charge, but he pointed out a few things that are rated to have it aired.

“We rate it in terms of message, production, and of course the popularity of the song. People’s feedback determines how the chart is set up and a song progresses in the chart,” he said.