- Ambitiouz Entertainment and Mabala Noise have been taking shots at each other on social media since the start of this week
- The two record labels have been bragging to each other about their recent accomplishments in the music industry
- The lit twar started when Ambitiouz asked Mabala about the last time they released a smash song for Mzansi
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Ambitiouz Entertainment (AE) and Mabala Noise have been involved in an epic twar since the beginning of this week. The two Mzansi record labels have shaded each other about who has been giving Mzansi hits in the recent months.
Both the stables have been taking shots at each other and have been bragging about their achievements in the Mzansi music industry.
The lit twar began when Ambitiouz asked Mabala about the last time they dropped a hit. Mabala shot back with a picture of legendary musician Yvonne Chaka Chaka with her awards.
Ambitiouz fired back and asked Mabala not to involve legends in their twar. AE then shaded Mabala for recently changing their logo from a dog to a leopard, adding that they still can't bite.
According to SAHipHopMag, Mabala responded:
"How about the fact that after years of presumed consistency you still consider yourselves Ambitious."
AE came back with an epic response. The label replied:
"How about the audacity you guys have? Calling your label 'Mabala Noise' but your music make no noise at all?"
Below are some of the posts from both the stables:
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Ambitious Entertainment artist Miss Pru, has a hit record titled Price To Pay which is currently on high rotation on TV and radio. The DJ features her AE colleagues Blaq Diamond and Malome Vector.
Briefly.co.za recently reported that Mabala Noise artist Zakwe has finally reached gold status with his third studio album titled Cebisa.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that social media users are not impressed by this year's annual South African Music Awards (SAMAs26).
They took to Twitter to share their disappointment after songstress Ami Faku was not recognised as the newcomer on Monday night, 3 August. Ami Faku had been nominated in the Best Newcomer of The Year category which was won by Ndabo Zulu and Umgidi Ensemble.
Many South Africans had hoped that the Imali hitmaker would win her first SAMA via the category. Ami's songs have been on high rotation on TV and radio stations which made her a fan fave to scoop the category.
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