Kabza De Small Looks Back on His Success as Top Project Marks 1 Year Anniversary

Kabza De Small Looks Back on His Success as Top Project Marks 1 Year Anniversary

  • Kabza De Small decided to celebrate his success and took to social media to talk about his album The King of Amapiano
  • The album was a huge hit amongst Amapiano fans and was certified double platinum just two months after its debut
  • DJ Maphorisa also decided to blow Kabza's trumpet and spoke about how peeps used to say he was working him too hard

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Kabelo Motha is having the time of his life so far. Kabza De Small, the king of Amapiano, has reached a significant milestone. He rushed to Instagram to mark a year since his debut album, I Am The King of Amapiano: Sweet & Dust was dropped.

“Another special day and milestone for me, today marks one 1 year since the release of my debut I Am The King of Amapiano: Sweet & Dust so we dressed the part to celebrate with all of you," he said.

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Only two months after its debut, the album was certified double platinum. Scorpion Kings Live, Scorpion Kings, The Return of Scorpion Kings, Piano Hub EP and Pretty Girls Love Amapiano were among his other successful collaborations with DJ Maphorisa.

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Maphorisa reflected on their journey on Twitter, rubbing the success of their projects in the faces of people who had earlier stated he was using Kabza; he said he didn't want to brag, but he couldn't help himself.

"Haters want it down on platforms. Guys are jealous, saying I am using Kabza. Why all this hate while everyone loves this project? Since Kabza started working with me has he ever missed a gig?" said Phori.
Kabza De Small, 1 year anniversary, King of Amapiano: Sweet and Dust, DJ Maphorisa, success
Kabza De Small is super proud of himself and the success he received from his 'King of Amapiano' album. Image: @kabelomotha_.
Source: Instagram

DJ Maphorisa thinks that dating broke women is a waste of energy

In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that DJ Maphorisa insisted that dating broke women is toxic and Mzansi weighed in. Amapiano artist DJ Maphorisa recently took to social media to talk about what he thinks about dating women with lower financial standing.

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The DJ tweeted:

"Dating a broke girl is so toxic shame."

Maphorisa's statement started a debate online where social media users asked themselves if it really is that difficult to date a woman who's broke. Men and women were arguing about the burden of dating someone who can't help themselves financially.

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