- DJ Maphorisha has eagerly told his fanbase he is working with the top talents of Reece Madlisa and Zuma in the studio
- DJ Maphorisa offered the duo supreme ratings, adding that Reece and Zuma are on the same plateau as the legendary kwaito groups of yesteryear
- Affectionately known as "Phori," Maphorisha is 100% convinced that the two younger men possess all the skills needed to dominate the industry
Amapiano superstar DJ Maphorisa has confirmed he's working with the talented emerging duo of Reece and Zuma.
Maphorisa took to Twitter to reveal the news where he gushed with admiration over the music skills of Reece and Zuma, whom he said reminded him of legendary kwaito pioneering groups Mashaplani and TKZee.
The 33-year-old Pretoria-born Maphorisa said on Twitter:
“Being in the studio with Reece, Mpura n Zuma felt like I was with Mashamplani or TKZee. I f*** with these guys, they got the culture by the b***.”
Tweeps immediately responded with excited comments:
“That's what I've been saying that these guys sing kwaito just on Amapiano beats and it's amazing... Kwaito will never die.”
“Danko. I've been saying. Zuma Amapiano gives the aura of Magesh from TKZee. The flow, the charisma.”
Meanwhile, fans of the trio are left highly anticipating what could be an EP, single track or full-length album or a series of remixes. Such is the versatility of dance release projects.
Kings of the street: DJ Maphorisa and Kabza De Small flex flashy rides
DJ Maphorisa recently took to social media to show off his and Kabza De Small's flashy rides. Phori posted four pictures of himself with Kabza posing in front of the whips.
Phori and Kabza, who also call themselves the Scorpion Kings, have dropped a number of dope projects since the country went into lockdown last year and have been gigging around Mzansi.
Their hard work shows in the designer clothes and shoes they wear. The two are not afraid to show off the money they have been making on their social media accounts.
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Source: Briefly News