- Emtee's song Long Way has been really successful across Africa and he revealed the meaning behind it
- The musician wants people to embrace love in their lives and not be afraid to take the next big step
- Emtee has experimented with different sounds and has found something that is unique to him with Logan
Emtee recently released his album Logan and the song Long Way has become a hit amongst Africans. The musician is now opening up about what the true meaning behind the song is and spoke about it in an interview with Apple Music.
"The message behind the song is just to say it's cool to be vulnerable and to love, to make certain mistakes, as long as you rectify them. Especially when it comes to love."
Emtee thinks that it's hard to express love sometimes and people are afraid of getting hurt. The rapper feels that people should be open to the experience and not be afraid to take the plunge.
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Long Way is one of the biggest songs in Africa currently and Emtee is enjoying the success of the jam. Emtee doesn't conform to just one genre and plays around with different sounds to make a hit song.
He recently opened up about wanting to experiment more with Kwaito and commented with his thoughts about Big Zulu not considering him as a rapper. He's come a long way and his song defines his success.
Briefly News previously reported that Sjava showed love to Emtee after Long Way topped the charts in Africa rankings. Sjava took to social media recently to show love to his friend and industry mate, Emtee.
Sjava congratulated the Pearl Thusi hitmaker for being Number 1 in the whole continent of Africa. Charts Africa dropped the list of Top 10 Songs in Africa a few days ago and Emtee's Long Way sat comfortably at the top of the chart.
The Umama hitmaker expressed how proud he was of seeing his former stablemate and collaborator doing well on his own. Sjava said:
"Always good to see The Hustla winning @emteerecords MOTIVATION."
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