- Slikour gave Kwesta brotherly advice when he was a guest on his show Slikour Onlife recently
- Slikour advised the Ngud' hitmaker to take care of himself and told him to get rid of his "why me" mentality
- The businessman also encouraged Kwesta to start believing in himself more and to "be great" for his rapping gift.
Slikour has advised Kwesta to start taking care of himself. The Ngud' hitmaker was a guest on Slikour Onlife and they chat about the rapper's new album g.o.d guluva.
Towards the end of their conversation, Slikour took the opportunity to give his industry mate some sound advice.
Slikour, who started rapping professionally way before Kwesta, told him to start taking care of himself. The businessman said the musician needed to read books and start seeing how big the world is "and then ask yourself what part do you play".
Slikour further told the star to start protecting himself and stop doubting himself.
"That why it is me mentality is holding you back... That's what's holding you back Kwesta. That is your biggest, biggest challenge."
Slikour also encouraged Kwesta to start believing in himself more and to "be great" for his rapping gift.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Kwesta dropped his highly-anticipated album g.o.d guluva on Friday, 30 April. The rapper has been trending high on Twitter since he released the project. Kwesta's loyal fans have taken to the micro-blogging app to share their opinions on the dope album.
The Ngud' hitmaker dropped his last album DaKAR II in 2016 and has been dropping singles ever since. This album has been welcomed by his fans who have been eagerly waiting for their fave to drop his full body of work.
Using the hashtag #Kwesta, his stans took to the micro-blogging app to share their thoughts on the album and to also share their favourite tracks on the project. Check out some of their comments below:
"I already have my favourite #Kwesta jam from his new album Hamba Nawe."
"Today is #Kwesta day, headphones are not coming off."
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Source: Briefly News