- Vusi Nova let fans know that the visuals for his hit song Yibanathi will be dropping real soon
- Yibanathi clocked an over 178k views on Youtube, something Vusi feels extremely proud about and led to the creation of the music video
- Taking to social media, Vusi dropped a little teaser of the visuals for his hit song Yibanathi
Award-winning Afro-soul superstar Vusi Nova, has a tasty treat in store for his fans. The visuals for his hit song Yibanathi will be dropping real soon.
Fans are loving the fact that more and more Mzansi artists are creating music videos for songs that do well after they are released.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Vusi decided to create a music video for his hit song Yibanathi as the track did so well after it was released.
Vusi featured Dumi Mkokstad on the track and it has really taken Afro-soul fans by surprise. Yibanathi is undauntedly one of the hottest tracks in Mzansi.
Yibanathi clocked an over 178k views on Youtube, something Vusi feels extremely proud about. He couldn’t thank his fans for the endless support.
Taking to social media, Vusi dropped a little teaser of the visuals for his hit song Yibanathi, and best believe it looks all kind so litty. Fans cannot wait for the full release.
“Yibanathi available on all digital platforms and Music video dropping soon...”
Briefly.co.za previously reported Vusi Nova doesn’t need a date for Valentine's, he’s got music! While most people will be sitting with fake partners and broken relationships, Vusi will be content knowing that music will never leave him. February gets a lot of peeps feeling some type of way, especially when they are single, but not Vusi.
Vusi decided to spend Valentine's Day with his true love - music - as he performed at the Evening Of Love event. Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Vusi explained that his relationship track record isn’t the best and he just doesn’t know why. The boy dates but he can’t seem to get someone to stick around.
Vusi took full responsibility for his bleak love-life, openly admitting that it’s highly possible that he could be the problem. His explanation was that he pays too much attention to his music and it would take a really understanding person to be okay with come second to his first love.
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