King Monada believes in being humble and hanging out with old friends

King Monada believes in being humble and hanging out with old friends

- King Monada is not like other celebs who forget their old friends once they become famous

- He says the money and popularity has not changed him and never will

- The muso believes in still hanging out with his old friends like he used to

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King Monada gave South Africa Malwedhe, and they adore him for it. The song helped the muso skyrocket to fame basically overnight.

Since then, the Limpopo artist has become synonymous with Dezemba vibes and it just isn't a party without his music playing.

Despite all the money and fame he now has, King Monada says he is still the same man he was before everyone knew his name.

With that said, he also does things the way he always did and hangs out with his old friends like he always used to.

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Malwedhe changed King Monada's life, but his heart and spirit remain the same, gathered.

He also plans to release a new album in 2020.

"The song gave me recognition and I have decided to release another album next year, March. With all the popularity, I'm still the same man. Fame and money has not changed me and will not change who I am.
"I'm still King Monada and my old friends are still my friends."

His loyal fans can't wait to hear what he has cooked up for them. They would also be happy to know that King Monada is sticking to his winning formula. The new album is going to be the same as Malwedhe, according to Daily Sun

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