- Big Xhosa's Lemon Pepper Freestyle bagged a whopping 100 000 views on YouTube in less than 24 hours
- The excited rapper took to social media to show appreciation to his fans for showing love to the new music video
- The upcoming musician, who is trending these days, shared that it's always been his dream to do well in the entertainment space
Big Xhosa's new music video bagged a whopping 100 000 views in less than 24 hours. The upcoming rapper could not believe it and took to social media to thank his fans for the support.
Big Xhosa said it has always been his wish to do well in the Mzansi music industry. The star dropped the song recently and it did not even take it a day to reach 100k views on YouTube.
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The excitement is real
The musician took to Twitter on Thursday evening, 3 June to share his good news. He shared a screenshot of YouTube and captioned it:
"100k views in less than 24hrs. Thank you. You guys are amazing, this has always been my wish."
Fans are digging the vibe
The artist's fans took to his comment section to share their thoughts on his milestone. Check out some of their comments below:
"I can't wait for your album."
"You can rap for real!!! I went there to laugh but you really rapped."
"Remember Big Xhosa is doing better than Flvme, the world is unfair."
"Just keep on blessing us with good music from both @SOS_RSA and Big Xhosa then we will support. Dankoo!"
"Bro you're definitely the master of your own success. Your strategy is definitely paying off. I like it!"
Big Xhosa or SOS?
In related news, Briefly News reported that Big Xhosa trended again on social media. The rapper dropped a dope freestyle and his fans are loving it.
In the song titled Lemon Pepper Freestyle, the rapper raps in English. He also used his usual rap name, SOS. The artist also dropped a dope video for the song.
The star took to Twitter on Thursday, 3 June and asked his fans who they want between Big Xhosa and SOS. Big Xhosa is mean while SOS is chilled and delivers dope English bars. He captioned his post:
"Do you want uBig Xhosa or SOS? This is SOS...Lemon Pepper Freestyle OUT NOW."
Tweeps took to his comment section to share their thoughts on the new song and to reply to his question
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