- Heavy K has slammed a record label, he threatened to go public with his grievances
- He refused to name the label he was referring to
- He recently released a new single, which he celebrated online
Heavy K took to social media to drag a record label. He didn't name the record label but it is known that he works with two labels, Universal Music Group and his very own Drumboss.
In a heavily worded Twitter post, he slammed the record label and said that he had been quiet for too long.
"I’ve been quiet for too long because I don’t believe in allowing other people to fight my battles! Bathi in xhosa “indoda iyazidodela” but I’ve taken so much shit from this label & it’s time now! I won’t mention names for now but if they push me I’ll put everything here so,..Y’all can see for yourselves."
He recently released his latest single, and he celebrated its release on social media to gush over the success his music is currently enjoying.
Heavy-K has shared with his fans that his hit song titled Inde has reached impressive six-time platinum status.
Drumboss features Nokwazi and Bucie in the song. He has thanked God and his fans for such an incredible achievement.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Heavy-K dropped a big one on fans last Sunday – our guy has decided to change his stage name, just like that.
While changing stage names is nothing the people of Mzansi are not used to, no one expected it from Heavy-K.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the Drum Boss is changing his name to ‘Khusta’. Just like everyone else, we are a tad confused.
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