- Khuli Chana has admitted that he feels detached from his old music after listening to his first album for the first time in years
- The Motshwako rapper is now trying new sounds and featuring Amapiano artists in his latest single titled Buyile
- Khuli shared that he felt like the old Khuli when he recorded Buyile because he was just having fun with his music
Khuli Chana has admitted that he has detached from his old music. The rapper also shared how he feels about fans who miss "the old Khuli".
In a recent interview with a local publication, the musician opened up about his new single Buyile. He features Stino Le Thwenny, Lady Du and Tyler ICU, who are mostly known for their Amapiano tracks.
Speaks on fans who want "the old Khuli"
On his fans who want the "old Khuli" back, the star said he understands where those views were coming from, according to SAHipHopMag. The musician said when he recorded Buyile, he felt like the old Khuli because he was just having fun with his music.
Khuli admitted to feeling detached from his old sound. He told The Citizen his debut album "blew my mind" when he listened to it recently. He added that he just loves how everyone has fun when it comes to Amapiano.
Lamiez convinces Khuli to go back to school
In other music news out of the Khuli home, Briefly News reported that Lamiez Holworthy has proved again that she's more than just a wife to her rapper hubby, Khuli Chana. The Metro FM presenter encouraged the Buyile hitmaker to go back to school after leaving over 10 years ago.
Khuli took to social media a few days ago to share that he has enrolled at AFDA, a film, arts and television school.
The talented musician thanked Lamiez for encouraging him to return to school and for her continued support. The star said he's repositioning and recreating his brand because his tune Buyile is deeper than a song to him.
"It’s not easy but I’m determined TO WIN!! Thank you Wame, @LamiezHolworthy for the encouragement. Thank you to the fans #Buyile is blowing UP!!!"
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