Kwesta is giving up-and-coming artist the opportunity to collab

Kwesta is giving up-and-coming artist the opportunity to collab

- Kwesta is ready to help worthy new artists get the break they deserve

- Knowing what it is like, Kwesta wants to use his platform to help others break into the industry by giving them a collab deal

- Teaming up with the brand Jameson Irish Whiskey, Kwesta has created a lit initiative to help rising artists become known

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Kwesta is ready to help worthy up-and-coming artists get the break they deserve. So, if you're a lit artist looking for a break, Kwesta is your guy.

It is not easy breaking into the entertainment industry, especially at a time when there is so much talent on the rise.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Kwesta is looking to collaborate with talented artists trying to break into the industry.

Knowing what it is like, Kwesta wants to use his platform to help others.

Teaming up with Jameson, Kwesta has created a lit initiative to help rising artists become known. Kwesta is working on a lot of music this year and he’d love to feature someone lit and unknown.

Taking to social media, Kwesta made the announcement. Big ups my guy, this is awesome!

“Shuu!!! The entries have been coming in hot and sounding dope. Jump on a track with me and let’s handle business.. Bring the Go to the Jameson website and @jamesonsa account to find out more.”

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In other news, Kwesta is doing the thing this year. Our guy has plans to drop not one but two albums.

With all that’s currently going on in the world, it’s nice to know that Kwesta will be giving us something to look forward to.

The Vur Vai rapper announced that he’s got two lit albums in the making for 2020.

Teasing fans with tasters of what he’s got cooking, Kwesta has been keeping peeps hungry for what he has got coming.

It has been a while since Kwesta dropped some new tunes, so the excitement is hella real.

Taking to social media, Kwesta announced that he’s got 37 tracks coming which will be split into two albums.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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