- Mzansi rapper Saudi has been doing very well in the music industry in the past few months
- The Dark Dindy hitmaker is the most streamed South African artist on digital music platform, Spotify
- The star has now signed an international deal with reputable distribution company, The Orchard
Rapper Saudi has joined a list of Mzansi hip-hop artists who are doing big things internationally. The rapper has been signed to The Orchard.
The Orchard is a pioneering music, film and video distribution company operating in more than 25 global markets. It is a technology-driven leader in music distribution and artist and label services.
The company announced on Wednesday, July 29 that Saudi has signed to them. Saudi has achieved a lot in the music industry in the past few months, the GRAMMY-nominated artist and award-winning songwriter has grown an international audience, with over 1 million monthly listeners on Spotify alone.
Briefly.co.za reported that the Dark Dindy hitmaker is unbelievably Mzansi's most streamed rapper on digital music platform, Spotify. The star is way above the country's famous and leading rappers such as Nasty C, Cassper Nyovest and AKA. These rappers' songs are on high rotation on radio and TV stations than Saudi, but when it comes to Spotify he is definitely doing the most.
In other news related to Mzansi hip-hop, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA took to social media to mock the #ChallengeAccepted challenge. The rapper used the campaign as an opportunity to joke around.
He took to Instagram and posted a black and white picture of himself. He captioned the post with a generic caption:
"#ChallengeAccepted ... “Don’t let someone dim your light, simply because it’s shining in their eyes” ... @oprah Thanks for the nomination. I nominate @beyonce @savagexfenty @kyliejenner."
He claimed Oprah challenged him and he nominated Bey, Rihanna and Kylie Jenner to post their photos. His fans were in stitches over his stunt. Other famous Mzansi faces who have participated in the challenge include Minnie Dlamini, Simphiwe Dana, Dineo Langa and Somizi.
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