Kid Tini bares his soul, opens up about being his "worst critic"

Kid Tini bares his soul, opens up about being his "worst critic"

- Kid Tini has opened up about his rap career and provided some insight into his character

- The star says he is his own worst critic and has promised to get better as he grows in the music industry

- The young rapper has released a new single titled Buss A Move

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Kid Tini has revealed that he is his own worst critic.

The young rapper took to social media to let peeps know that most of the time he wishes he was just half as good as his fans believe he is.

The star has dropped a new single titled Buss A Move which is produced by Mzansi's famous beat maker Tweezy.

Tweezy produced Cassper Nyovest's hit single Amademoni.

"Bruh sometimes I'm my own biggest fan! Sometimes I'm my worst critic! Most times I wish I was just half as good as my supporters believe I am."

Tini promised his fans that he will get better as grows in his career.

"I can promise you this though! I can and I will only get better. On God."

Social media user, @mgidi_lunga, suggested that Tini's record label hindered his progress in the music industry.

"Nuclear weapon in the hands of a wrong army, I still say bruv."

The Preach hitmaker played it cool and downplayed that suggestion.

"Bruh everything always works out the way it’s supposed to... I'm exactly where God intended."

Tini is signed with controversial record label Ambitiouz Entertainment.

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Emtee also wants his awards from his former employers. The Roll Up hitmaker has been embroiled in a nasty twar with the the record label since he left them in 2019.

He has decided not to only fight his battles with Ambitiouz on social media, but also in the Pretoria High Court. Emtee is demanding that his former stable release his royalties dating back from his first album, Avery. He released it in 2015.

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