Zakwe's 3rd studio album titled Cebisa finally reaches gold status

Zakwe's 3rd studio album titled Cebisa finally reaches gold status

- Zakwe is one of the happiest rappers this Friday after one of his albums has reached gold status

- The rapper's third studio album titled Cebisa, released in 2018, has finally been certified gold

- The KZN-based musician has been in the cut-throat music industry for the past 10 years but this is the first time that one of his projects has reached gold status

PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed!

Zakwe is in a celebratory mood after one of his albums has finally reached gold status. The rapper's third studio album titled Cebisa has recently been certified gold.

This is the first time that the KZN-based rapper has reached gold status in his rap career. The album consisted of hits such as Sebentin, More Blessings, Daai Deng and many other great tracks.

On the album released in 2018, the star featured artists such as Cassper Nyovest, Kwesta, Ma-E and AB Crazy, among others.

Briefly.co.za reported that Zakwe recently hinted that he is quitting vernac rap. The star, who raps mostly in Zulu, wants to spit in English from now on.

The move by the musician, at the time, was aimed at gaining more fan base in order to reach his first gold status in his 10 years in the cut-throat music industry.

The likes of Nasty C - who is also from KZN - spits most of his lyrics, if not all, in English.

Zakwe's 3rd studio album titled Cebisa finally reaches gold status

Zakwe's 3rd studio album titled Cebisa has finally reaches gold status. Image: @zakwesa
Source: Instagram

READ ALSO: Nasty C responds to music peer AKA saying he's 'out of control'

In other news, Cassper Nyovest recently took to social media to praise Tsholofelo Matshaba's acting skills on The River. The rapper said he was moved by the scene where the actress spoke at the memorial service of a character named Ntsizwa.

Tsholofelo, who plays the role of Kedibone on the telenovela, gave a moving speech about standing up to Mzansi's inadequate health system.

The Amademoni hitmaker had no choice but to stan Tsholofelo's powerful performance in that scene. Cass wrote:

"Today's episode of #TheRiver1Magic was brilliant!!!! The scene where ous Kedibone spoke at the memorial service had me in tears!!!! Activism through acting and drama. This show is just amazing man!!!! Love it!!!!"

Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!

Source: Briefly.co.za

Mailfire view pixel