- Big Zulu took to social media to celebrate his Inhlupheko music video's massive milestone
- The Imali Eningi hitmaker shared that the video for the smash hit has reached 2 million views in just two months on YouTube
- The rapper's fans known as the Nkabi Nation took to his comment section to congratulate their fave following the huge milestone
Big Zulu's Inhlupheko music video has hit 2 million views in just two months. The Imali Eningi hitmaker took to social media to celebrate the milestone.
The popular rapper took to Twitter on Wednesday, 19 May to thank his followers, known as the Nkabi Nation, for continuing to watch his video on YouTube and for their ongoing support.
"Nkabi Nation. Inhlupheko 2 MILLION VIEWS in two months. Siyabonga kakhulu. Nkabi Records," he said.
The single Inhlupheko is one of the leading singles to Nkabi's upcoming album. He is preparing to drop a new project this year but has not yet shared the official release date.
Big Zulu's fans took to his comment section on the micro-blogging app to congratulate him. Check out some of their reactions below:
"You deserve it bruh, you're a real Nkabi Nation, you're such an inspiration."
"Congratulations. Well done to the #NkabiNation."
"This song touches my heart and soul."
In other music news, Briefly News reported that Big Zulu's new song Inhlupheko has hit Number 1 on iTunes. The rapper only dropped the track on 12 March, 2021. He features singer Mduduzi Ncube.
The star took to Twitter recently to share a screenshot of iTunes where his new single was sitting comfortably at the Number 1 spot. According to the screenshot, his massive hit Imali Eningi was sitting at Number 2. Inkabi captioned his post:
"Nkabi Nation, Inhlupheko is sitting on number 1, Mali Eningi number 2. The biggest songs in SA. Siyabonga kakhulu. Nkabi Records."
The musician also took to Instagram on Tuesday, 23 March and shared that Inhlupheko's music video hit 200 000 views in just three days. He wrote:
"Inhlupheko sitting on 200K views in 3 Days. Siyabonga Nkabi Nation. The video is on YouTube."
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