Zambian Music: Teti Njende Nobe

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Re: Zambian Music: Teti Njende Nobe

Postby katrina walsh » 11th February 2014, 18:34

Who sang this song
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Re: Zambian Music: Teti Njende Nobe

Postby Zambia4Zambians » 18th June 2015, 13:25

Who have you been scamming these days?
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Re: Zambian Music: Teti Njende Nobe

Postby wamuwi » 6th February 2016, 21:20

who did this song can someone help me the artist name thank you.
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Re: Zambian Music: Teti Njende Nobe

Postby RudeNudeDude » 9th February 2016, 08:31

The song is done by Big Tsoya Ft Mega Wapy........ I hope that the wonderful tune was not dedicated to you or you are planning of dedicating it to someone seein that we are approaching the geezer St Valentino Day.
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Re: Zambian Music: Teti Njende Nobe

Postby Napya » 9th February 2016, 18:09

Ruddie boi, can you please repeat that name? this time s-l-o-w-l-y please. You were going too fast, I didn't catch it
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Postby MRC » 16th July 2016, 23:43

MRC wrote :
> Dear Zambia,
>
> Zambian music has really improved over the last couple of years. The song I
> am enjoying most now is "Teti Njende Nobe." It's a song about a
> man who helped a lady from a very poor family (in his poor neighborhood) to
> get educated, through his little money, because he really liked her. But
> when she finally graduated and he asked her to marry him, she turned him
> down ("teti njende nobe" - I can't even date you.)
>
> I guess the guy forgot that when he was paying for her education, she was
> becoming more advanced than him since he had remained in the same village
> or compound. She couldn't handle the idea of marrying him!
>
> There are a lot of things to complain about in Zambia, but Zambian music is
> really great!!!
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Re: Zambian Music: Teti Njende Nobe

Postby Napya » 17th July 2016, 00:27

Napya wrote :
> Ruddie boi, can you please repeat that name? this time s-l-o-w-l-y please.
> You were going too fast, I didn't catch it

Rude, are you still breathing my friend?
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Re: Zambian Music: Teti Njende Nobe

Postby Guest » 18th February 2017, 12:04

MRC wrote :
> Dear Zambia,
>
> Zambian music has really improved over the last couple of years. The song I
> am enjoying most now is "Teti Njende Nobe." It's a song about a
> man who helped a lady from a very poor family (in his poor neighborhood) to
> get educated, through his little money, because he really liked her. But
> when she finally graduated and he asked her to marry him, she turned him
> down ("teti njende nobe" - I can't even date you.)
>
> I guess the guy forgot that when he was paying for her education, she was
> becoming more advanced than him since he had remained in the same village
> or compound. She couldn't handle the idea of marrying him!
>
> There are a lot of things to complain about in Zambia, but Zambian music is
> really great!!!
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