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Kinzzo and Mbuku pay tribute to Fimbiko in song

Two friends and colleagues Kinzzo and Mbuku took the time to get into the studio to pay tribute to their friend Fimbiko who recently passed away. The song that has been heard by unwrap.online describes the late as a kind change-maker who will be missed greatly in the music industry as well as his impact on their lives and the public.

“Mathews Shipushu you were like a brother to us. we will not forget you, our tears will forever flow for you. We remember Fimbiko,” the lyrics of the song say.

Fimbiko who passed away on 10 February was known for being a show stopper with his charms and easy to come smile. Mathews Fimbiko Shipushu besides being a hitmaker of award-nominated songs such as Eengoma and Iimwaku, Fimbiko went beyond his musical gifts and would occasionally inspire the public with words of encouragement. The song will be available on Kinzzo’s upcoming album that will be on sale as of next week.


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