- Kabza De Small is known as one of the hardest-working music producers in Mzansi
- The star released a 27-track album just towards the end of June this year but he is ready to drop another project
- The Umshove hitmaker's fans have told him to wait because they have not finished listening to his last album
Kabza De Small has hinted that he wants to drop another project. The Amapiano music producer recently took to social media to ask his fans if he should drop the new project or wait for a while.
The musician surprised many people in Mzansi when he dropped a new album with a whopping 27 tracks on June 26. Now the hard-working self-proclaimed King of Amapiano wants to release another project.
Mzansi tweeps have flooded his comment section with mixed reactions since he posted about the new project on Monday, 8 September. Many social media users have shared that he must wait a bit because they're still enjoying the last project, titled I Am The King Of Amapiano: Sweet and Dust.
Kabza tweeted: "Another Project or Ngime????"
Check out some of the comments from his surprised fans below:
"Ay khona sesikathele loya (no, we're tired), 27 tracks was enough for the rest of the year, namanje asikayiqedi (we haven't finished listening to it)."
"I still haven't listened to all your 27 tracks on your EP. Im still on track 7, siphe i chance Kabelo (give us a chance Kabelo)."
"Your projects don't have the same impact any more when they drop because we don't miss you."
"Kabza stop, we are running out of dance moves for all your songs. At least allow us to recover."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest has shared the first footage of his Any Minute Now docuseries. The rapper is preparing to drop his much-anticipated album in a few days' time.
The first episode of the #AMNSessions docuseries takes the musician's fans behind the scenes of the making of his recently-released single Bonginkosi. The star posted the video on YouTube. On the video, fans can see Mufasa working in studio with his idol Zola 7.
The track Bonginkosi is dedicated to Cassper's mother. It is named after Zola 7, whose real name is Bonginkosi. Mufasa's fans have praised him and Zola 7 for producing such a dope track.
Since he dropped the docuseries, many of his fans have taken to his comment section to share their views on the series. Most of them loved the positive energy and respect that Cassper and Zola showed each other when they recorded the song.
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