- Master KG has teamed up with singer Rethabile Khumalo on her new song titled Ntyilo Ntyilo
- Rethabile, who sang on DJ Zinhle's Umlilo, took to her Instagram to share that she has dropped the single featuring the internationally-acclaimed Master KG
- The songstress' fans have reacted positively to the her new track with super music producer Master KG
Master KG has teamed up with rising star Rethabile Khumalo on her new banger titled Ntyilo Ntyilo. Rethabile, who worked wih DJ Zinhle on her smash hit Umlilo, has taken to social media to share that she has dropped the new single featuring the talented internationally-renowned music producer, Master KG.
The single is available on Rethabile's debut album Like Mother Like Daughter. The songstress is the daughter of Winnie Khumalo, a known Mzansi singer. She is famous for her songs such as Live My Life and Impilo.
Rethabile's fans flooded her comment section when she shared the news that Ntyilo Ntyilo was out.
The stans have reacted positively to the track. Check out some of their comments below:
"I have downloaded already."
"I love it."
"Yoh backings, beautiful song."
"Am listening to it right now."
"Nice track. Well done."
In other Master KG news, Briefly.co.za reported that he recently 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 with Jerusalema, 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."
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