"Bhama" in Zim slang means a full-length studio album which obviously consists of at least more than 10 songs.

Therefore, an extended-play album (EP album) isn't in general considered a bhama although people might use the slang word in that particular context.

Note: The plural of bhama is "mabhama."


"Nhamba" just means a music record single which is released on its own but can also be put on an upcoming full-length long-play album (LP album).

Note: The plural of nhamba is "manhamba."
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