- After playing a beat to a new Amapiano song he's working on, Heavy K discovered new talent and couldn't let it go
- The music producer searched long and hard for someone to complete his new beat and he finally found him to record
- The guy was discovered at a party and now he's going to get the chance to make music with a very popular DJ in Mzansi
Mzansi record producer Heavy K was recently out playing at an event and made an awesome discovery while he was there. Heavy K was testing out an Amapiano beat and found someone who would do the vocals on the song. Much to his delight.
At the groove, a young man was belting his heart out to the new tune and Heavy K was impressed. Afterwards, the record producer searched hard for him so that they could record the song.
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Heavy K is super happy that he's found the guy and took to social media to share his delight. He shared a video of himself chilling with the vocalist and captioned the post: "Found him!"
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Mzansi can't wait to see what the duo will produce
Mzansi social media users are impressed with the gent's vocals and can't wait to see what he and Heavy K do. Check out the reactions below:
Asemahle Mk said:
"Thanks for making our wish come true Grootman."
Sibongie Wanika Siswana commented:
"Oh my God. I can't wait for that track... It's gonna vibe I can't feel it my bones."
Etelivina Sithole said:
"Keep up the good work."
Check out the video here.
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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.
The musician took to Twitter on Thursday evening, 3 June to share his good news.
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Source: Briefly News