- Black Motion took to social media to announce that they'll be releasing their new album The Last Chapter soon
- Because of the album's name, the music duo's fans got worried that they are dropping their last project together
- The award-winning musicians are releasing the album to celebrate 10 years in the music industry
Black Motion fans are worried that the duo is about to release their final album together. DJ Murdah and Smol recently shared that they'll be dropping their new project titled The Last Chapter in September.
The award-winning duo will be celebrating a whopping 10 years in the cut-throat Mzansi music industry with the album. The Joy Joy hitmakers, who are also known for their energetic stage performances, recently shared a teaser of their new music on Twitter. They captioned the post:
"Celebrating 10 years of Black Motion. THE LAST CHAPTER dropping in September 2020."
The fans of the well-travelled musicians got worried after seeing the name of the album. Some of them have asked if the music producers are calling it quits. Both of the stars have not responded to their fans' questions on Instagram and Twitter. Below are some of the comments from worried fans:
"Ema pele, "THE LAST CHAPTER" as in quitting the music or it's just an album's name?"
"I've been asking myself the very question. The name of this album is so confusing."
"Why did you name it The Last Chapter?? Are you guys leaving the music industry?"
"What is this 'Last Chapter'? Don’t tell me from here you are doing solo projects please..."
"The title, are you quitting?"
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG took to social media to praise songstress Nomcebo Zikode's new song titled Xola Moya Wam'. The song is taken off her recently released album Xola Moya Wami.
The world-renowned musician described Nomcebo's song as "a beautiful record". The song features Master KG himself. It was released a few days ago but has already garnered more than 600 000 listens on YouTube.
Mzansi social media users have also expressed that the song is a banger. Master KG, who has been keeping Mzansi and the world dancing the Covid-19 blues away, tweeted:
"But @Nomcebozikode Xola Moya Wami guy. This is a beautiful record."
The humbled singer showed her appreciation to Master KG's shout-out. She replied to him with a sweet post. Nomcebo wrote:
"Thank you Master, you are just an angel sent by God."
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!