- Yanga Chief's hit track, uTatakho, has been a fan favourite since its release
- Now, the song has earned the rapper the Song of the Year Award and he is very happy that he decided to make it
- Yanga admitted that he very nearly quit the rap game for good before making and releasing uTatakho
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When Yanga Chief gave his fans uTatakho, he gave them exactly what they were looking for and the track was an instant hit.
The song was quickly a fan favourite and it came as no surprise when it received a nomination for Song of the Year at the South African Hip-Hop Awards.
As Yanga's fans expected, the award came to him and after receiving it, Yanga told his fans that he was ready to quit the rap game and made one final track - uTatakho.
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Taking to social media, the muso also thanked his fans for taking him and the track so high.
"Last year I quit making music completely. My supporters refused to give up on me and so I decided to make one last smash, uTatakho. You guys took this song to the top and you took me with it. This is for us, this for King Dalindyebo. Queenstown we got 1!"
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Boity Thulo added her weight to the and fans love it. With just one verse, she brought even more greatness to the track and reminded everyone that she's in it (the rap game) to win it.
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