"Gwara gwara will never die": DJ Bongz on maintaining his music career

"Gwara gwara will never die": DJ Bongz on maintaining his music career

- DJ Bongz has opened up about how he's managed to last so long in Mzansi's fickle music industry

- The star has been in the industry for over 23 years

- Bongz said it's only by the grace of God that he's been able to maintain for this long

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DJ Bongz recently launched his latest album titled Son Of God.

The star's leading single is a song called Inkomo, which is already proving to be a fan favourite.

The album contains 13 tracks and DJ Bongz said he believes they are all hits during a Massiv Metro interview with DJ Sbu last week.

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Bongz has revealed that he's not threatened by the new amapiano craze as the star believes that gwara gwara has made a lasting impact on Mzansi culture.

International stars like Rihanna, Chris Brown and Jamie Foxx caught on to the dance style which was made popular by the DJ in 2016.

On the inspiration for the name of his new album, Bongz said there's no way he would have made made it to where he is today if it weren't for God's grace.

Bongz said, “I have been in the industry for more than 23 years. I had downfalls in my life and my name shouldn't be mentioned in the industry currently, but through God's favour, I''m still standing.
“Artists last only three years in this industry but what made me stick around for so many years till now is God's mercy and love.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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