By Isaac Tugume
Marck Don, a popular Zambian dancehall artist, is not about to hang up the mic and he has proved this by unleashing a new track dubbed ‘Yeyeye’.
A pulsating street anthem, ‘Yeyeye’ is a thrilling song that carries a storyline of living life to the fullest and not letting anyone pull you down with criticism or disapproval.
On the same project, Marck Don also lashes out at fake friends and snitch niggers who keeps spreading rumours about true hustlers.
This particular studio project is some kind of dedication from Marck Don to all street hustlers, in which he urges them to keep doing their thing without having to worry about naysayers.
Being a song that targets youth and the common man, ‘Yeyeye’ stands higher chances of easily penetrating and circulating the Zambian music industry.
Born Mwansa Bazil from Zambia, Marck Don started writing music when he was still a teenager, but went ahead to nurture his music career until he became one of the renowned musicians in the country.
He has several bangers to his name besides ‘Yeyeye’, some of which include ‘Ekoshifumina’, ‘Shoko Li Shaka’ ft. Chef 187 ‘Rich Man’ ft. Sheyzo, among others.
Check out ‘Yeyeye’ on YouTube by clicking the link!