- Prince Kaybee release his tribute track to HHP on Tuesday
- HHP and Kaybee were meant to make the track together, so it was a sore one to complete
- Kaybee was blessed to know such a legend and he holds their memories close to his heart
As memories flood in for HHP, Prince Kaybee released his song, Tribute to HHP. HHP was working on the track with DJ Prince shortly before his death.
Be warned, the song is touching and could possibly bring a tear to the eye.
HHP’s memorial service was held on Tuesday. The song was made public after the service for the rapper who died due to a suspected suicide last week Wednesday.
The song would have made Jabba dance and have fun with it. With the absence of HHP, the song is instrumental and somewhat feels incomplete without vocals.
It all makes sense when you listen to the track, because without the lyrics, we can visualize HHP totally rocking it.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the amazing talent Price Kaybee has to enhance the guitar tune, comes through, making the listener feel that sad cry of loss.
In an interview with TshisaLIVE, Prince explained how it came about that he contacted HHP to be in on the track.
Having heard HHP rap on the Club Controller, and knew then that he was comfortable on a house beat. He said that HHP was always an inspiration to him and when he sent him the beat he knew that HHP would do amazing things with it.
They unfortunately never got the opportunity to get together as HHP was always on the road. They were meant to meet up in Durban. HHP did tell Prince that he was working on it.
Sadly the rapper is gone, but on the positive side, the song has a great beat and will allow others to remix the track in HHP’s honour.
There have been a number of suggestions coming in to Kaybee, and it will be great basis for a number one song.
Speaking at HHP’s memorial service, Shugasmakx reiterated that the Bosso hitmaker has left behind not only his music, but because of the fact that he influenced so many people’s music, we have so much of him still with us!
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