- Skeem Saam star Clement Maosa is preparing to drop his new Amapiano track with King Monada at midnight
- The actor worked with yanos producer CaltonicSA on the song that has potential to take over the festive season
- The star's fans said they are ready to get down to the tune once it drops on all digital media platforms
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Clement Maosa is preparing to drop his new single at midnight. The Amapiano track features popular musician King Monada and Amapiano producer CaltonicSA.
The Skeem Saam actor took to social media on Friday, 17 September and shared a teaser of the song titled Ne Ole Kae. His excited fans said they can't wait to hear the full track when it drops at midnight.
Clement is known in Mzansi for his acting skills. He portrays the character of Kwaito in the popular SABC 1 telenovela, according to ZAlebs. The star also dropped a video of himself and his two dancers busting a move to the track. Judging from the clip he posted on Instagram, he is not only good in front of the camera but he can also get down.
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His excited fans took to his timeline to share their thoughts on the track. Check out what some of them said below:
"This is progress."
"Let’s goooooooooooo!!! Ne ole kae!!!"
"I'm learning how to dance for this one!"
"I love this."
"Braai us already, this is awesome. I gotta try the moves."
"This is a hit malome."
Boohle reveals she wrote 'Siyathandana' by Cassper Nyovest
In other music news, Briefly News reported that Boohle has been trending on social media since revealing that she wrote the smash hit Siyathandana. The talented singer is the voice behind the sweet vocals on the song by Cassper Nyovest.
The songstress was a guest on the latest episode of Podcast and Chill with MacG. The star claimed Mufasa only came with his short verse on the song.
Boohle also shared that she was not even in studio when Cass recorded his verse. Mufasa had reportedly claimed he wrote the lyrics to the banger.
"He didn’t write anything on that song? He only came with his verse. I wasn’t even there," she said, according to ZAlebs.