Biggie's family will receive royalties from late artiste's music

Biggie's family will receive royalties from late artiste's music

- Biggie's family will be receiving thousands due to royalties from the late musician's work

- The Gqom artist succumbed to heart failure a few weeks ago but his family will be compensated for his work

- While alive, the Durban musician did not receive a cent for any of his songs or features

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The late Biggie, real name Njabulo Zondi, has seen to it that his family is sorted following his passing. The Gqom musician's family will be receiving a substantial amount in royalties from the late muso's work.

According to Isolezwe, Biggie's manager, Ngcebo Mdima said the singer's untimely death due came at the time when preparations were being made for him to get what he worked for.

The artist formerly made headlines when he revealed that he had not been paid a cent for any of his work or features. However, that has all be rectified and his family will be compensated.

Biggie's family will receive royalties from late artiste's music

Biggie's family will be compensated after the late musician passed away before being paid
Source: Instagram

According to his manager, Biggie lost out on payment while he was alive because he did not understand the music business fully.

Biggie's family will now elect a beneficiary who will collect the royalties, according to Ngcebo.

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Gqom artist Biggie was laid to rest at his home in KwaMashu. Videos of the Obaleka hitmaker's "lit" funeral went viral on different social media platforms.

Some social media users have accused mourners at the star's funeral of breaking Covid-19 lockdown rules.

The musician succumbed to heart failure. Mourners at the star's funeral have been accused of breaking lockdown restrictions as videos of intoxicated people were shared online. Many observed that masks were not worn and that the funeral had an attendance of more than 50.

Social media users have had mixed reactions to the videos. Twitter user @uSqiniseko commented:

"No mask in sight, just vibes."

While another Twitter user, @Atusheee wrote:

"If my funeral ain’t this lit, I don’t want it."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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