- Mampintsha is set to drop a new music video for his new lit track titled Sduku Duku featuring Babes Wodumo
- The Gqom musician took to social media to let his fans know that the video will drop this coming Friday
- The track has already started a dance craze and the vid is expected to feature some of the finest Gqom dancers in Durban
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Mampintsha is set to drop a new music video for his new lit track titled Sduku Duku. The Gqom musician took to social media to let his fans know that the video will drop this coming Friday.
The song features his favourite collaborator Babes Wodumo and Mshekesheke. It is one of the songs featured in his new 13-track debut album titled Bhut'Madlisa. The track has already started a dance craze and the vid is expected to feature some of the finest Gqom dancers from Durban.
Mampintsha's fans said they can't wait for the song's visuals to drop. They flooded his comment section to praise the star for keeping them dancing and entertained amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
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"Can't wait for Sduku Duku dance moves abashweeee."
"We got it. Dankie Shimora."
"Ghost of ghosts."
"Iyashisa le album (This album is hot)."
"The best male artist of 2020."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kabelo and his wife Gail Mabalane have taken to social media to let Mzansi know that they have recovered from Covid-19. The couple expressed that they had to use their mental health and spirituality in order to beat the coronavirus.
Kabelo and Gail emphasised the realness of the virus and said they are grateful that the worst is over. The entertainment couple shared a video on Instagram explaining how they dealt with the virus.
Gail, who is one of Mzansi's most-loved actresses, captioned the post:
"The truth is, Covid-19 is real. We are grateful to be on the other side."
Kabelo, who is a musician, said he tested positive two weeks ago. He explained that when the country moved to Level 3 lockdown, he let his "guard down".
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