0Dancehall artiste T-Sean (Richard Mulenga) is in a fortnight expected to release his fourth studio album which he has titled Time Bomb.

The album, to be released under Busy Baila International Record Label, is a follow-up on Mu Mirror which came out last year, the same year he also recorded 90 Days. His first album was titled Adamu (The Definition), a 2012 release.

T-Sean, a 2013 Zambian Music Award and Born n’ Bred Award nominee, has already released three singles from his 13-track new album to be unveiled on September 26.T-Sean who recently appeared on the list of top 20 richest Zed celebrities last week released a new video.

The singles are Judas, Balinshilikila which features Copperbelt rapper Chef 187, as well as a dancehall track titled Tako, released last week together with its video.

“I have worked really hard on this one. I have put in my all and I have no doubt people will love it, just like they have been with my previous works. This one is bigger and better. No doubt about it,” he says.

“And talking of Tako, I am really humbled at the response it has been receiving. I just released the video and song a few days ago and already, people are buzzing about them. That should tell you the kind of work I have put in on this album. I am leaving no stone unturned.”

On the album, which will be officially launched on October 31 at Barclays Sports Complex in Lusaka, T-Sean, who calls himself the Dancehall Daddy, has worked with the likes of OC, Dacosta, Exile, Tyce, Hamoba, Macky II, Chef 187 and Joe Chibangu.

“I’m confident that the album will do well, and the fans will like it. I think it will do better than my previous works,” says T-Sean, who was performing at the Bank Cafe in Lusaka’s Chilenje last weekend.

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