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Milz also refered to as The Teacher, is a Zambian reggae and dancehall singer, performer and song writer. He started his music in the early 90s as a toddler in church mastering the art till the late 90s when he joined several Rap battling teams. ZambianMusic.Net recalls that way back, Milz formed up a group that he named Unknown Crew that comprised of  GQ, Osca and Humphrey but later the group named changed to Fire Gas Squad always left the crowd mesmerised with their performance.

As a solo performer, Milz name never failed to leave a mark, that is why upto date he remains a force to reckon with in the genre. Milz released his solo album in 2010 called Real Vybz which featured the likes of Redlinso, Alubusu (RIP) Pertersen Zagaze, and G.Q. The album was produced at flat-Line records by the legendary Jerry Fingaz (Jericho Banda). It initiated more serious attitudes towards reggae and dancehall attitude in Zambia. The album got a nomination of best foreign rhythm category in the local; Born n Bred awards with ‘’Gunman Badman” condemning the violence and evils around that are being tolerated in the communities over peace and provision of education for the youths. Of which he walked away with the award in the
same year, 2010.

Reggae Star Milz released yet another 10 track CD in 2012, titled 'NAISA', meaning "he is back'' in the local dialect as he had been silent for a while. Recorded at KulTure studio in Siavonga town and mastered at Dream Sounds records, of course with a touch of Jerryfingaz on songs like Wickedest Ting. The album contained songs like loneliness, oneness and why oh why. Since then he has been releasing smashers that include Take You Out that featured Redlinso and Yellowman under Flat-Line records. He is referred to as The Teacher because his touch in the reggae and dancehall growth in Zambia cannot be missed, despite himself being a Secondary school teacher by profession. MILZ has had several acts including, Zedway Movement Splash Concerts, Bob Marley Memorial Concerts Zambia, Siavonga Music Festivals and other international acts in Africa and the Scandinavian region. His name has featured on several reggae and dancehall riddims produced and released from the original birth place of reggae, Jamaica.

His golden voice and energy leaves you feeling part of his writing ability. They call him The Teacher. About his inspiration for music, Milz told ZambianMusic.Net that “The love for music and just getting to teach the industry in Zambia what sound is all about keeps me going. Reggae music in Zambia is not very much appreciated and dancehall is even worse. The attitude and image given to reggae is mostly associated with ganja. The teacher is just taking the reggae music in Zambia to a higher level because it is just like any other music. My lyrics are more drawn from the reality and everything that happens around me”. By the way, don't be fooled, Zambian musician Milz is very calm in personality, but vicious on the microphone.