- A memorial was held for the great ProKid at Bassline in Johannesburg
- Many of SA's biggest names in music took to the stage to honour him
- AKA and Khuli Chana joined forces and had the most talked about performance of the night
Two of Mzansi’s greatest performers, AKA and Khuli Chana took to the stage to pay tribute to the late hip-hop legend, ProKid at his memorial service.
The duo delivered an outstanding performance in front of friends, family and fans of the musician who attended the service to celebrate the life and music of Linda “ProKid” Mkhize.
AKA and Khuli Chana shared the stage with some other big names in the music industry such as Kwesta, Slikour and Gigi Lamayne.
Briefly.co.za learned that Economic Freedom Fighter party leader, Julius Malema also attended the memorial that was held at Bassline in Johannesburg.
Fellow artist, Maggz was also a dear friend to ProKid and he took a few moments after his performance to reflect on the times he spent with the rapper.
As TimesLIVE reports, Maggz told the crowd that they have suffered a great loss. He also went on to speak how ProKid’s music revolutionised the hip-hop scene and that he has been a great influence to him as well as fellow musicians.
Maggz also felt honoured to have worked with the music great but he was even prouder to have been able to call him a friend.
AKA also wanted to share a few words about the rapper, but he was overwhelmed by emotion as he realized that he was never going to see him again.
Gigi Lamayne is dating ProKid’s brother and she credits the rapper for helping her make a name for herself in the industry. After his passing, she issued a statement on the family’s behalf.
Linda ‘ProKid’ Mkhize passed away a week ago after a severe seizure which was caused by bleeding in and around his pancreas.
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