- K’Millian Posted I Gave My Songs For Free Over 20Years Tikweleko Yango For Free You Want To Talk Nonsense
K’Millian Posted I Gave My Songs For Free Over 20Years Tikweleko Yango For Free You Want To Talk Nonsense
Zambian musician K’Millian recently made headlines after he addressed critics who had been questioning his decision to release his music for free for over 20 years. In a social media post, K’Millian wrote “I gave my songs for free over 20 years Tikweleko Yango for free you want to talk nonsense” which translates to “I gave my songs for free for over 20 years, and now you want to talk nonsense.”
K’Millian‘s statement sparked a conversation about the value of music and the role of artists in society. Some praised him for his dedication to making music accessible to all, while others argued that artists should be compensated for their work.
Regardless of one’s stance on the issue, K’Millian‘s decision to release his music for free has undoubtedly allowed his music to reach a wider audience and has cemented his place as one of Zambia’s most beloved musicians. His music has touched the lives of many and continues to inspire a new generation of artists.