- Many South Africans only know Kabza De Small for producing banging Amapiano songs
- The club DJ has clapped back at a fan who urged him to stick to Amapiano because Afro-Tech is apparently out of his league
- Kabza reacted to an Afro-Tech song that Black Coffee played during his set at an event earlier this year
Kabza De Small has clapped back at a social media user who questioned whether he can produce other dance music genres besides Amapiano.
The self-proclaimed King of Amapiano had commented on a video of Black Coffee playing at an event earlier this year. Kabza, real name Kabelo Motha, praised Black Coffee for playing a lit Afro-Tech song that kept the crowd going.
Tweep @IamBogatsu "advised" Kabza to stay in his lane because he "doesn't quality" to produce such music. @IamBogatsu wrote:
"Kabza this is Afro-Tech baba you don’t qualify to produce such piece ntanga stick to your simple city I advise you please."
Kabza, who recently hinted at moving to a different genre other than Amapiano, suggested that he is versatile when it comes to producing dance music. He replied:
"You don’t know me."
Another social media user, @Mhlengi_Gasa_SA, shared Kabza's sentiment.
"Kabza was producing Afro House before Amapiano, go check House Afrika Presents Mzansi House Music Vol. 6. Kabza is there."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kabza dropped his much-anticipated fire album which has a whole 27 tracks in June. The album is titled I Am The King Of Amapiano: Sweet and Dust. It features some of the best vocalists and musos in the game currently.
Nigerian superstars Burna Boy and Wizkid are also on the album. According to social media posts, Sponono - the song that features both the artists and one of Mzansi's fave rappers, Cassper Nyovest - is one of the faves on the album.
Vocalists Daliwonga, Samthing Soweto, Mlindo The Vocalist and Nia Pearl, among others, are also featured on the project. The hashtags #IAmTheKingOfAmapiano and #kabzadesmall trended on different social media platforms when the club DJ dropped the lit album.
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