DJ Fresh joins Mzansi in paying tribute to music legend, HHP

DJ Fresh joins Mzansi in paying tribute to music legend, HHP

- DJ Fresh paid tribute to music legend, Hip Hop Pantsula (HHP), on the anniversary of his death

- HHP died a year ago after suffering from depression

- Fans have taken to social media to share their tributes to the great HHP

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Radio host, DJ Fresh, is among the many people in Mzansi who have taken to social media to remember or pay tribute to Jabulani Tsambo, who was better known as Hip Hop Pansula (HHP).

Today marks a year since HHP passed away but his legacy is still very much alive in South Africans' hearts. He was greatly admired by musicians and music lovers around the country.

DJ Fresh took to Twitter to share his tribute to the musical legend. He wrote: "Gone but not forgotten!! Still surreal that you are gone. #RipHHP!!"

Many fans were heartbroken when it was revealed that HHP had taken his own life in October last year due to his struggle with depression.

In honour of HHP's anniversary of his death, Briefly.co.za took a look at a few moments that defined his legacy.

#RipHHP and #Jabba have been trending all day on Twitter as music fans share messages and tributes to the singer-rapper.

Here are a few comments from celebs and fans that stood out:

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Meanwhile, four months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that it was an emotional moment for fans of the late iconic musician, HHP, when his son, Leano Khanye, received his Lifetime Achievement Award at the South African Music Awards. Leano said a few very touching words.

HHP will forever be one of the most iconic musicians in the hip-hop genre. His music has inspired generations to come after him and his fans feel the Lifetime Achievement Award he was honoured with at the South African Music Awards (SAMAs) was well-deserved.

Briefly.co.za reported earlier that HHP's firsts would be celebrated - everything from him being the first rapper to use a Kwaito beat to being the first artist to successfully have multiple sync deals.

HHP's son, Leano Khanye, was at the award ceremony to receive his dad's award and he gave a short speech that was really touching.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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