The Soweto born Kwaito star has an uncanny resemblance to the late US rapper Tupac, and he has been milking it too.
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According to Sunday World, Mbongeni Magubane got the name Kadaf from a friend who commented that when he rapped he sounded like Kadaf from the group Outlaws that featured Tupac Shakur.
Kadaf comes from a musical background as well. His father used to be the saxophonist for the iconic Soul Brothers.
He said his father influenced him in so many ways because he used to tour with the group around the country. He also claimed that if you listened to his music, you would see it's mature and diverse to other stars.
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Kadaf chose to carve his career in Kwaito because he said it had a huge impact on him. He also said it expressed the lifestyle and difficulties young people in Mzansi faced.
He has a new album, Royalty901 which features 15 tracks. It is a mixture of genres such as house, gqom, soul jazz and a touch of hip-hop as well.
Check out a few snaps from his Instagram account that shows how he's walked around dressed as Tupac himself.
Yoh, he could play us all for fools.
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Source: Briefly News