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Born in Kabwe in central Zambia, Brian Bwembya also known as B Flow entered the music scene in 2008 with the hit single "MPU MPU MPU" (meaning the heartbeat). Owing to the overwhelming success of the song, it became the title track of his 2009 debut album, which was supported by popular songs like Bubblegum Lover, Energizer, Mosikito and Umoyo Wanga. MPU MPU MPU also earned the young artist a nomination at the 2009 Ngoma awards in the Best New Comer category.

In 2010, B Flow teamed up with renowned R&B sensation P-Jay and released "DABO TRABO", a collaboration album. The two artists shared the stage with international artists like Brick and Lace and Oliver Mtukudzi. B Flow's 2nd solo album "NO MORE KAWILO" was one of the top 5 Zambian albums of 2011. With hit songs like No More Kawilo, Chitemene System and Akamungeli, the album definitely boosted the career of the Dancehall star.

In 2011, B Flow was identified by a group of Norwegian artists and producers who partnered with him to form Zedway, a musical movement and cultural exchange between Zambian and Norwegian artists. Aimed at promoting unity and peace in the world, The Zedway project earned B Flow collaborations with internationally acclaimed artists, Gyptian and Admiral P. Prior to the 2011 Presidential elections, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in partnership with the Electoral Commission of Zambia, trained and appointed B Flow as one of their champions for peaceful elections. His face appeared on their TV adverts and billboards nationwide as he participated in composing songs and performing against voter apathy and violence before, during and after elections.

B Flow's 3rd album VOICELESS WOMAN is definitely one of the most important albums released in Southern Africa in the last decade. The album is specially dedicated to the fight against gender inequality and HIV/AIDS, two vices that have negatively affected the development of most sub-Saharan countries. The album has seen B Flow receive local and international awards and recognition for his commitment to singing about the empowerment of women and youth, and social change. B Flow has done music-related work and activism in four continents, namely Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. He has also been privileged to work and interact with international artists, producers, leaders and organisations. 

With a strong foundation in peer education since his time as Kabwe High School Headboy and as Kabwe District All-Schools Anti-AIDS Club President over a decade ago, B Flow has been committed to using his music and influence towards the fight against HIV/AIDS, domestic violence and other social ills, while advocating for social justice and change. His music has addressed issues like women's rights, family life, infidelity, children's rights, citizen participation and peace in the electoral process. In 2013, B Flow was appointed HIV/AIDS Prevention Ambassador for the USAID-Funded Support to the HIV/AIDS Response (SHARe II). B Flow together with other champions made presentations on HIV/AIDS prevention in various primary and secondary schools and in rural areas. 

B Flow, who is also an occasional radio presenter, has used radio to advocate for social change and to share the anti-gender based violence act. On Komboni radio 94.9fm, B Flow has presented the "Gender and Child Development" radio show, which is supported by the ministry of gender and child development. He has also interviewed civic leaders, artists and politicians while promoting Zambian music and culture. In 2014, B Flow became a champion for the United Nations Population Fund's "Condomize Zambia" Campaign, through which he taught in 4 provinces about HIV/AIDS, early pregnancies and family planning. He was also selected to represent Zambia at the African Union's Africa Re-imagination Creative Hub (ARCH) in Ethiopia. 

B Flow was later appointed Brand Ambassador for Commercial Markets for Conservation (COMACO) in 2015, to teach people about wildlife conservation. With support from UNICEF, Music Crossroads and Zambia National Women's Lobby, B Flow has done a series of performances to advocate against gender based violence in Zambian communities and to educate youth on HIV/AIDS and behavioral change.  Due to the impact of his work in Zambia, the United States Embassy, selected B Flow to represent Zambia in President Obama's Young African Leaders Initiative (Mandela Washington Fellowship) in 2015. He participated in the US government sponsored program for 3 months in different US cities. Whilst in the US, B Flow was one of the 25 Wagner College Mandela Washington fellows who were honored as international associates to the New York-based institution.

In 2015, United States President Barack Obama addressed over 700 young Africans and US officials and made a speech in which he endorsed B Flow for his excellent work in using his music to advocate against gender based violence and educating youth on HIV/AIDS. President Obama also announced the formation of B Flow's record company and expressed pride in partnering with him; making B Flow the first artist in the world to be endorsed by a US president publicly.

Obama's Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI), also awarded B Flow a highly competitive Professional Development Experience (PDE) to work in the American music industry with US company, Okayafrica, in New York. During his time at Okayafrica, B Flow gained professional experience in musical-related editorial work, artist branding, events and organizational management. American organisation AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) has appointed B Flow as global ambassador in the fight against HIV/AIDS. He is part of the organization's global ''20 by 20 Campaign''. Until recently, B Flow has served as Chairperson for the HIV/AIDS and Social Commentary committee of the Zambia Association of Musicians (ZAM).

ZambianMusic.Net comfirms that B Flow's 4th album "VISION & CHANGE" was eleased on his birthday, 12th November, 2015. B Flow, who is also known as ''Mr Chant-It-On'' is usually referred to as the voice for the voiceless. His peers sometimes call him the Dancehall Champion because of his unique delivery of Dancehall rhymes. He combines his 'tongue-twisting' flow with a melodic chanting style and positive messages. B Flow has established 'Chant-it-on Music & Media Limited', a record company under his 'Music For Change Initiative'. As founder of F.L.O.W which stands for Future Leaders Of the World foundation, B Flow wishes to help orphans, street kids and the less privileged to gain access to education and basic human needs. Just like his usual signature line "chant it on" which means to continue, B Flow continues to inspire because he has been inspired to inspire others for them to inspire others too. In 2015.

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