B Flow’s Dancehall Music, The Voice For Voiceless

Brian Bwembya, popularly known as B Flow, is a Multi-Award winning Zambian Dancehall Musician. He is a  Dancehall Artist, Social Justice Advocate, Part Time Radio Presenter, Peer Educator and Owner of Chant-It-On Music & Media is also the current Chairperson of the HIV/AIDS and Social Commentary (HASC) committee of the Zambia Association of Musicians (ZAM).


Apart from dancehall Brian also sings Afro-Pop, a fusion of reggae and R&B and his songs like Cry of a Woman, Voiceless Woman, Side Plate, Side Plate and Something about a Woman just to mention a few have been hit tracks on Zambian Radio Station charts. He has won numerous awards such as Best Dancehall Artist and Best Dancehall Album at the Zambian Music Awards 2014, Best Dancehall Video and most inspiring album at the Born & Bred Awards 2012, Best Conscious Video at the Born & Bred Awards 2011 just to mention a few. B Flow Bwembya Brian


As a musical artist, B Flow has been known for his conscious lyrics which address gender, HIV/AIDS, Child abuse, infidelity and other social issues of which he has been an advocating for over a decade. AIDS Health Care Foundation has sponsored, B Flow to record a theme song entitled “Know Your Status” in collaboration with UNICEF’s “Brothers For Life Campaign” Youth Ambassador Paul Banda. The song explains AHF’s 2020 campaign in which the organization targets to give anti-retro viral treatment to 20 million people by the year 2020.


B Flow has been named most gender-sensitive artist by OXFAM and Zambia National Women’s Lobby. Currently B Flow has been endorsed as brand ambassador by four organizations, namely; USAID-funded Support to the HIV/AIDS Response (SHARe II), AIDS Health Care Foundation (AHF), Commercial Markets for Conservation (COMACO) and the United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA)’s Condomize Zambia campaign. He also works hand with Zambia National Women’s Lobby (ZNWL), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) in advocacy.


Click here to watch B Flow Video and to read more about B Flow on his Wikipedia Page