Prince Kaybee’s returning as a whole different artist after lockdown

Prince Kaybee’s returning as a whole different artist after lockdown

- Prince Kaybee is using this time in lockdown to reinvent himself

- Nothing will be 'normal' after this lockdown ends and neither will Prince Kaybee, he's coming back as a completely different artist

- Kaybee has taken a liking to house music and been inspired by Sushi King and Kenny Kunene

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As a nation, we are not sure what the “new normal” will be once the lockdown is lifted. Prince Kaybee is ready and waiting as his plan is to emerge as a new artist.

When restrictions were put in place for the lockdown, Kaybee stopped performing. learnt that Kaybee said it will be as if a brand new artist is taking a shot at making their dreams a reality.

With so much excitement and enthusiasm, the music producer spoke to TshisaLIVE, and said he will be going to give his stans one of the best sets ever once things are up and running.

Kaybee is the type of muso who enjoys reinvented himself, he often takes fans back to when he was just trying to break into the industry. Prince Kaybee shares that he comes from an era in which DJs used CDs, which are hardly used today.

He goes on to say that all he wanted to do was play music and make it big in the entertainment world. The desire to provide for his family and to inspire others was in his blood. Kaybee was giving his all in order to be the best as far as deejaying and the music was concerned.

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The 30-year-old says he is thankful to Sushi King and Kenny Kunene for sparking his interest in house music. The inspiration came from his teacher, Kenny Kunene, who used to play a lot of house music after soccer matches and at school outings.

Kaybee would often go home with Kunene after school where they would sit and listen to house music. Kaybee saw just how passionate Kunene was. Soon after this, Kaybee dropped out of school while in Grade 11 and pursued deejaying. He drew inspiration from all the house music he listened to.

The throwbacks Kaybee receives from people on social media sometimes make him a little emotional. It gives one the opportunity to look back and see where you came from. With this, Kaybee is hopeful that his journey will give those out there inspiration they need.

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