- Prince Kaybee released his HHP tribute track earlier this week
- The track has no vocals as HHP was meant to have been the one to lay them
- Kaybee has now extended the track to Mzansi in a challenge to lay some vocals on it in honour of HHP
HHp’s passing has struck a lot of emotion around Mzansi this past week. Prince Kaybee has taken his tribute song and extended its power to the masses.
Prince Kaybee released his song, Tribute to HHP, this week. HHP was working on the track with DJ Prince shortly before his death.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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.
Kaybee made the decision to release the track despite it being incomplete, as it was something that he and HHP were working on together and his was of showing respect.
Now that a few days have passed and Kaybee has had some time to process things. After much consideration, he has decided to give Mzansi the chance to express their emotion on the track and add their vocals to it.
He is running a competition you have the opportunity to show what you feel HHP would have done on the track. You have to put your own HHP inspired vocals and lyrics on the instrumental track in honour of the legend.
This is a really special way to honour him and to give the rest of Mzansi a chance to honour him too. Big ups, Kaybee.
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