- Mzansi has reacted after Kabza De Small announced that he is already working on his next project
- The musician recently dropped his lit 27-track album which is doing very well in terms of streams and radio airplay
- Social media users have told the star to relax and let them enjoy his recent project before he drops another album
Kabza De Small has taken to social media to announce that he is already working on a new project. The self-proclaimed King Of Amapiano released his 27-track album a few weeks ago and he is already in studio working on his next project.
Mzansi social media users flooded Kabza's comment section with mixed reactions after he made the revelation. Some of his fans told him to chill a bit and let them "digest" his latest offering before he drops another project.
The star shared a video of himself on Twitter bopping his head to a new track. He captioned his post:
"Working on da next project."
Briefly.co.za reported when the hardworking music producer dropped his album titled I Am The King Of Amapiano: Sweet and Dust on June 26. Below are some of the reactions from Mzansi tweeps following Kabza's latest post:
"Yhoooo another same beat 27 times."
"You are going to be the cause of Amapiano boring everyone especially us that love it, allow us to consume and digest the music.. we haven't even listened to the last projects properly, calm down bra."
"Guys please learn from Master KG's Jerusalema - quality over quantity."
"Next project. Didn't you release last month 27 tracks?"
"He said he is working on it he didn't say he is releasing it. Let the man work please. But what we are expecting from you Kabza is more music videos. Enough with the Mp3s."
In other news related to Kabza, Briefly.co.za reported that Kabza De Small has clapped back at a social media user who questioned whether he can produce other dance music genres besides Amapiano.
Kabza had commented on a video of Black Coffee playing at an event earlier this year. Kabza 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."
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