- Prince Kaybee has denied trolling Kabza De Small's new album titled I Am The King Of Amapiano: Sweet and Dust
- Kaybee took to social media last week to speak about an album that has the same beat throughout and has every song sounding the same
- The Gugulethu hitmaker has tried to set the record straight on Twitter, saying that he was not speaking about Kabza's 27-track album
Prince Kaybee took to social media last week to talk about an album that "has the same beat throughout".
The music producer even urged fellow musicians to try making an album over a longer period of time to avoid sounding the same.
The DJ explained that the mind needs to rest for in order for music producers to come up with fresh new ideas.
Even though Kaybee did not mention any names, his tweet did no go down well with his nemesis, DJ Maphorisa.
Phori's BlaqBoy Music artist and usual collaborator, Kabza De Small, was preparing to release his album at the time of Kaybee's tweets.
Maphorisa replied to Kaybee:
"I hope he's not talking about Kabza, I pray."
The Gugulethu hitmaker has denied that he was talking about Kabza's lit album.
"But guys noooo, I never said any of this, stop."
Briefly.co.za reported Kabza has released his much-anticipated album titled I Am The King Of Amapiano: Sweet and Dust. The musician's album features some of the biggest artists in the continent including Burna Boy, Wizkid and Cassper Nyovest.
The hashtags #IAmTheKingOfAmapiano and #kabzadesmall trended on Twitter for the whole of Friday. He dropped the 27-track album dropped on the wee hours of Friday.
The king of Amapiano became the first recording artist in South Africa to occupy 26 spots on Apple music's top 30 spots.
Vocalists Daliwonga, Samthing Soweto, Mlindo The Vocalist and Nia Pearl, among others, are also featured on the project.
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