Celebrated voiceover artist, Chilu Lemba takes readers on a journey which saw him become a pioneering musical performance artist and broadcaster in his new memoir, Finding My Voice. Chilu tells a captivating coming-of-age-story that speaks his truth; from his formative years as a mischievous child — through reaching career heights while in his early 20s. By the time he was 10, Chilu was part of an award-winning acting ensemble in the town of Livingstone. His talent saw him receive the Chengelo Secondary School Music Award in 1992, and two years later, he wrote and co-performed one of the country’s biggest radio hits, Zambia Moto before joining the country’s first privately-owned radio station, Radio Phoenix where he became a popular presenter and later, the station manager at the age of 22.
Gain an insider’s view into what motivated this talented young man; relive his hardships, victories and notable accomplishments.
Finding My Voice will be released in 2019.