Thunder “The Rhythm of R’n’B”

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Elijah Mbewe Famously known as Thunder Tha Rhythm of R’n’B was born on the 28th November 1998, the 22 year old started his music career in 2016, he professionally recorded his first single late 2017 at Hit Beats Music production, Nikel being his first producer. Thunder worked under H.B.M production for a year plus with “Tomorrow” has his first official song realise produced by Nikel, He (Thunder) featured on a couple of successful projects under the leadership of Nikel ZM; “Came in my way” (Nikel ft Thunder), “Beautiful” “Umuntu Kushana” & “Piki Piki” (Thunder ft Nikel) all produced by Nikel, with a few other projects awaiting realise. The young Underground singer, songwriter,Actor & graphics designer discovered his talent in Church as he was persuing his desire of joining the clergy “At that time the dream of holding a microphone and dancing on stage was already visible, I remember when i was just a little boy I would climb up on the table in the living room and grab a cooking stick as a Mic then I start singing to the people home sometimes I’d find myself singing at the backyard, knocking pots and making ” banjo’s” and sing my heart out to stones” the Young star says ” right there I had found my Joy” Just after his untimely leave from Hit Beats Music Production Thunder was seen posting on his Facebook @Thunder Tha Rhythm Of R’n’B “We under New Management” with the hash tag Big sounds Music production. He then released his first Music video “Sweety Mutima” produced by Miles. He Featured on J.O.B’s “Sunga Umutima” alongside xec Wonder.Thunder is expected to realise a new music Video this August 2020 titled My Everything right after he just realised “Iris Kaingu” all produced By Big sounds Music C.E.O Miles “we have a lot waiting for realise” he said.

He started his schooling at Kamanga primary then wrote his grade 9 at chakunkula basic & then finished schooling from chelston High school. The Lusaka based singer said he has projects with Two big artist dropping early January 2021 “hopefully after Covid 19” he said with a smile.

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