Zambia Association of Musicians -ZAM- Southern Province Chairperson, Davison Munsanda, says the hologram has failed to live to the expectations of artists.
Mr. Munsanda says the introduction of the hologram has done little to curb piracy as there are still a lot of pirated materials on the market.
Speaking in an interview with ZNBC News in Livingstone, Mr Munsanda said the hologram is more of a sticker on a musical product and has done little to end piracy.
He said there is need for enhanced efforts by law enforcers if the fight against piracy is to be won.
And Mr Munsanda has cautioned musicians to be wary of their conduct during political campaigns ahead of the August 11 general election.
Mr. Munsanda says there is need for musicians, who are working with politicians, to exert their energies on preaching peace as opposed to getting involved in mainstream politics.