Dipsy Zam is a creative, songwriter, performer and talented recording artist signed under Kalandanya Music Promotions. With his unique style of rapping and delivery, Dipsy Zam has contributed [contributing] tremendously to the growth of the Zambian music industry over the past few years.
This morning the Let’s Talk Zambian Music Host, “Dray Caesar” had a phone call interview with the artist who shared some interesting stuff about his music career, how he started and what he has in store this year.
Read the full interview below and kindly leave a comment.
- What got you into music?
Dipsy Zam: Music has always been my soul food and I’ve always been that guy who just loved to listen to music. I think it’s one of the reasons I found myself been a creative.
- If you didn’t become a musician, what would you be doing right now?
Dipsy Zam: I would have Been a Clinical officer because it’s something that I really wanted to do.
- What do you feel is the best song you’ve ever released and why?
Dipsy Zam: I feel Blessings is the best jam I have done though it hasn’t done well out there.
- What really Inspired the song Blessings?
Dipsy Zam: I was going through a phase in life and making that song was my healing. It’s a song that speaks the truth about life.
- Over the years you’ve collaborated with a lot of Zambian artists and we’ve seen how much your music career has grown, which other Zambian or International musician would you like to collaborate with next?
Dipsy Zam: I have been a follower of Cassper nyovest I love his music and would love to work with him.
- What should we and your fans expect from you this year?
Dipsy Zam: Alot of Different Music and sounds.
- Do you have any plans of dropping an album or mixtape or maybe it’s just singles for now?
Dipsy Zam: Yes I will have an EP this year
- Are you from a musical or artistic family?
Dipsy Zam: Yes, I am.
- If you could date any other musician or celebrity, who would it be and why?
Dipsy Zam: Bombshell because God took his time on her
- Who inspired you to become a musician?
Dipsy Zam: Well, I used to listen to T.O.K an Old Dancehall Musical Group and that’s when my interest to do music began to grow.
- Who do you see as your main competitor in the Zambian music industry?
Dipsy Zam: I feel It’s all about me everyone out there doing the most
- Which musician do you admire most and why?
Dipsy Zam: I love how Chef 187 has kept the bar high super Unique
- What is one message that you would like to give to your fans?
Dipsy Zam: Listen to Blessings featuring Scott it’s something that will help you see alot of things differently.