- Bonang Matheba gave Focalistic a shoutout that we are sure he respected
- Focalistic’s new track has taken the people of Mzansi by surprise, making them crave for a place to get their groove on, including Bonang
- Bonang has taken a liking to Focalistic’s new track too and decided to let him know that she believes he is going to do great things
Bonang Matheba gave Focalistic a shoutout that we are sure he respected. Queen B doesn’t just show anyone praise, it’s an honour.
It is so refreshing to see Mzansi celebrities hyping one another up even if they are from different industries. We all have to have one another’s backs to make it to the top.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Focalistic's track Ke Star featuring Virgo Deep has not only had fans jamming but Bonang too.
Focalistic’s new track has taken the people of Mzansi by surprise, making them crave for a place to get their groove on – unfortunately, lockdown doesn’t allow for this, yet.
The hella lit track was released in April and has only gotten more popular as time has passed. It has become a viral sensation with fans posting clips of themselves grooving to it on social media.
Bonang has taken a liking to Focalistic’s new track too and decided to let him know that she believes he is going to do great things. Compliments like this from Bonang do not come easy.
Focalistic could not believe his eyes when he saw Bonang’s kind words and just had to share the moment with his fans. Keep up the good work, chom!
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Focalistic has had it with folks that bite his swag, even if it is international stars like Drake.
The star recently called Drake out for copying his album artwork. We kinda think it was just a joke because of the laughing emoji at the end of his proclamation.
The similarities between the two pics are really uncanny - both artists are wearing all black everything but their eyes. However, it's hard to believe Drake would deliberately start a beef with a relatively unknown artist such as Focalistic.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!