Kabza's message to haters: "I won't be apologetic for working hard"

Kabza's message to haters: "I won't be apologetic for working hard"

- Kabza De Small has achieved immense success in the Amapiano genre and music industry

- He recently made history by having all 26 songs in his album featured on the Apple Music charts

- The musician says that he won't apologise for his accomplishments because he has worked very hard to be where he is

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Kabza De Small believes that he is well within his rights to call himself the best of the best in the Amapiano genre. The muso recently released the biggest album in Mzansi and will not let haters dim his shine.

He took to Instagram to remind folks that he is not apologetic about his accomplishments because he worked hard.

"I won’t be apologetic for working hard and for achieving what I’ve achieved. I never said I was better than anyone, I never lowered anyone for doing his best in the game."

The Amapiano pioneer is the first artist in Mzansi to have all 26 songs in his album, I Am The King Of Amapiano: Sweet and Dust, dominate the Apple Music charts, Briefly.co.za learned.

As he becomes more successful and is more in the public eye, Kabza has also garnered his fair share of haters. He, however, refuses to let them get him down.

"People will always talk whether you do good and bad. Just don’t lose focus."
Kabza's message to haters: "I won't be apologetic for working hard"

Kabza De Small reflected on his success and attributed it to working hard. Image: @kabelomotha
Source: Instagram

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Amapiano heavyweight Kabza De Small has hinted that he might move to a different genre. Kabza has given Mzansi hit after hit during the past few months.

He has been keeping South African dance floors full since Amapiano took over the dance scene from Gqom music. The star, who frequently collaborates with DJ Maphorisa on Amapiano projects, has even earned himself the nickname 'King of Amapiano'.

The Umshove hitmaker posted a picture of himself in studio working on a new project. He captioned the post:

"Good producers do not stick [to] the same genre. They hear music and create art!"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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