MTV Base crowned Hip Hop MC of the year 2016, Suffix has signed a content distribution deal with Zambias biggest mobile network MTN Zambia, Malawi24 can confirm.
The deal brokered by Zambian company Zilile Ngoma will see Suffix monetising his music via Caller Ringback Tones (CRBT) on the network.
The deal also covers the distribution of Suffix’s to music outlets like iTunes, Cdbaby and Amazon.
In a statement Zilile Ngoma says “This deal will allow Suffix to have as much coverage in Zambia as our acts, in terms of Radio/TV airplay”
Zilile Ngoma is a content distributer for popular roster of artists JK, T Sean, B Flow, Dope G (of Zone Fam), Mic Burner, OC among others.
Commenting on the content distribution deal Bob Phondo, manager for Suffix said “We’re excited about this new arrangement with Zilile Ngoma, because not only will it expand suffix’s reach and brand, we’re also looking at the many opportunities it will present.”
“It’s a new venture, so the sky is the limit. And the good thing is that, both the artists we have under Letswai; Suffix and KBG, have a big fanbase in Zambia, and both of them will have this deal.”
Currently Suffix is engaged in pushing for girls rights with Care4Girls campaign and has since released a song with Kelvin Sings.
Phondo explained “its focused on the challenges that girl children face in the pursuit of quality education, this song shines a light on the neglected socio-economic and cultural challenges affecting the girl child’s education”
“Rather interestingly, the song also points out the fact that these challenges that girl children face come from all levels starting from the family, society to the national level”
Suffix collaborated with Maestros Leadership Team in this Care For Girls- CA4G Campaign theme song that feature Kevin Sings on chorus and Dr Manje on production.