- Prince Kaybee is a hella proud Mzansi house DJ who will defend his craft to the bitter end
- Haering a social media user make claims that SA hose music is slumping made Kaybee a little upset
- Kaybee feels that peeps are quick to judge and do not show enough support to new artists
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Prince Kaybee is a hella proud Mzansi house DJ who believes that SA is making waves in the industry. Hearing that some feel SA is a tad behind made Kaybee feel some type of way. Don’t diss a man’s passion and not expect him to stand up for it.
Mzansi artists have really been doing the most to get the rest of the world to recognise them and take them seriously, and they’ve been doing a mad good job at it too. SA artists are being recognised left right and centre and we couldn’t be more proud.
Briefly.co.za knows that Kaybee has no chill when it comes to anything he feels passionate about, especially music. Kaybee is a one Mzansi house artists who have put his all into making the movement recognisable.
While DJ Black Coffee has obviously put SA on the map like no other, some credit needs to be given to artists like Kaybee too. Kaybee has won multiple awards and produced the beats for several chart-topping tracks.
Seeing a social media user claim that SA house music has taken a dip, made Kaybee a little touched. The social media user claims that there is nothing today like there was back in the days of Bojo Mujo, DJ Clock, DJ Cleo and DJ Fresh.
“If we are to be honest, House music of today will never be the same as during the times of Bojo Mujo, Dj Clock, Dj Cleo and Dj Fresh. The bar is way too low these todaysHear-no-evil monkey Who remembers those days when everyone was bo majivane?”
Kaybee felt the need to let the social media user know that SA house music has certainly not taken a dip and that times have merely changed and today's music is clearly just not his vibe – doesn’t mean it isn’t good though.
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"Its actually unfair, oh well Pensive face atleast there’s a few who like the new House Music."
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Prince Kaybee went into South African Music Awards (SAMA26) hot and he came out on fire. Our guy walked away victorious and we expected nothing less.
Kaybee walked away with the Male Artist of the Year award last night, leaving him having bagged just one out of his nine nominations thus far.
Kaybee was up against some heavy completion in this category in the form of Samthing Soweto and Benjamin Dube, but his album Re Mmino secured him the win.
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