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  • Brian Mumba Kasoka Bwembya (born November 12) internationally known as B Flow (sometimes written as B'Flow or B-Flow), is a Dancehall and Hip Hop Artist, Media Entrepreneur, Non-political Social Commentator, Social Justice Advocate, Peer Educator and Founder of Music For Change Initiative. He is also the current Chairperson of the HIV/AIDS and Social Commentary (HASC) committee of the Zambia Association of Musicians (ZAM). He is also the global ambassador in the fight against HIV/AIDS for the American organization AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF)and also the first Zambian artist to launch an album at the US Embassy. The event was sponsored by the United States government through the embassy. The stage name B Flow was inspired by people who loved his 'flow'. B Flow also took a new direction with his music, changing his genre to what is now known as “KaliDanceHall” ( A mix of traditional Zambian Kalindula music and Dance Hall ). In November 2016, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) named B Flow as one of the 16 voices of activism against gender-based violence around the world. (en)
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  • Brian Mumba Kasoka Bwembya (en)
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  • November, 12 (en)
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  • Brian Mumba Kasoka Bwembya (en)
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  • B Flow at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood during the Keep the Promise concert . (en)
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  • B'Flow (en)
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  • "" Woops! Did 3 interviews today; Voice of America , US National Public Radio and CSSI. What have you guys been up to? Let's chat…Chant it on #MusicForChange "" "" This is one of the happiest days of my life . I wish my mother was alive to witness this one ! " (en)
  • "" And I know you’ve been busy. Over the past few weeks, at schools and businesses all across America, you’ve been taking courses, developing the skills you’ll need to make your ideas a reality, so that you're able to continue the great work that you’re already doing, but take it to the next level. That’s what Brian Bwembya of Zambia plans to do. Where’s Brian? Where is he? So Brian uses music to advocate against things like gender based violence and educate youths on HIV / AIDS . While in the US he has learnt about our health care system, met the Founder of the American H .I. V Organisation and now he plans to start a record label for music about social change. So Brian we are proud to be your partner " (en)
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  • — B'Flow posting on his Facebook Page (en)
  • — President Obama talking about B'Flow (en)
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  • Brian Mumba Kasoka Bwembya (born November 12) internationally known as B Flow (sometimes written as B'Flow or B-Flow), is a Dancehall and Hip Hop Artist, Media Entrepreneur, Non-political Social Commentator, Social Justice Advocate, Peer Educator and Founder of Music For Change Initiative. He is also the current Chairperson of the HIV/AIDS and Social Commentary (HASC) committee of the Zambia Association of Musicians (ZAM). He is also the global ambassador in the fight against HIV/AIDS for the American organization AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF)and also the first Zambian artist to launch an album at the US Embassy. The event was sponsored by the United States government through the embassy. The stage name B Flow was inspired by people who loved his 'flow'. B Flow also took a new directio (en)
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