Musicians Show Solidarity with Copper Queens Ahead of Debut World Cup Appearance

Musicians Show Solidarity with Copper Queens Ahead of Debut World Cup Appearance

As the Zambia Women’s National Team, the Copper Queens, prepares for their long-awaited debut in the FIFA Women’s World Cup, the support from musicians across the nation continues to grow. A group of renowned musicians, including Wesley Chibambo (Dandy Krazy), Rich Chilufya (Rich Bizzy), Moses Ng’andwe (Chester), Prince Lungu (Kaddafi), and Martin Kapesha (Shenky), who collaborated on a celebratory song for the Copper Queens called “Ole Ole,” paid a visit to FAZ General Secretary Reuben Kamanga.

During their courtesy call, the musicians expressed their joy at being part of the movement to cultivate support for the Copper Queens. They commended the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) for the success of the Chipolopolo, the men’s national team, who were crowned COSAFA champions for a record seventh time.

In addition to the “Ole Ole” cast, another musical group known as the Liseli Sisters also visited FAZ to contribute to the Copper Queens’ drive by sharing their song dedicated to the Zambian Women’s National Team. The outpouring of musical solidarity demonstrates the unity and collective excitement surrounding the Copper Queens’ World Cup campaign.

Notably, acclaimed artists Wezi, Towera, and Xaven recently released a hit song titled “Zimya Neighbour” in support of the Copper Queens’ journey in the World Cup.

With their debut match against Japan approaching on Saturday, followed by encounters against Spain and Costa Rica, the Copper Queens are set to make their mark on the global stage. The unwavering support and encouragement from the music community, along with the entire nation, serve as a tremendous boost for the team as they compete in Group C.

As anticipation builds, the Copper Queens can draw inspiration from the unity and solidarity demonstrated by musicians who have embraced their cause. The nation eagerly awaits the remarkable performances and successes that lie ahead for the Zambian Women’s National Team in their historic World Cup campaign.

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