- Emtee has revealed that he is not concerned about featuring A-Reece in order to succeed in the music industry
- Emtee expressed that his music will get him where he is going not A-Reece
- Emtee and A-Reece were once close friends when they were still signed to Ambitiouz Entertainment
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Emtee has taken to social media to share that he is not concerned about working with rapper A-Reece in order to succeed in the music industry. The Roll Up hitmaker implied that he doesn't need anyone to help him get to where he wants to be in terms of making good music.
A fan recently told Emtee that A-Reece's "cult-following" can help him get back to where he was during his hey days. The star believes that only his music can get him where he belongs, at the top of the Mzansi music charts. Tweep, @mandlatheo, wrote:
"Emtee why don't you work with A-Reece? Remember he was once in your situation and the cult-following he has right would really help you a lot."
Emtee replied to the tweep:
"My music will help me get to where I’m going."
Emtee and A-Reece are both former Ambitiouz Entertainment artists. They both went independent after leaving the controversial record label.
Some of Emtee's fans also believe that he can make it on his own. They believe he doesn't need features to succeed in the cut-throat Mzansi music industry.
"Emtee is and will forever be a legend. He needs nobody but his music to get where he needs to be."
"So that when he's up people will say A-Reece saved his career. A-Reece did it on his own, Emtee can do it on his own."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Emtee recently took to social media to tell his fans to stop supporting his albums Avery and Manando. The star's album Manando is currently on the list of top 15 best hip-hop albums on Apple Music. He made the blazing album four years ago when he was still signed to Ambitiouz Entertainment.
The Roll Up hitmaker shared that he is not getting any money even though the album is still doing well in terms of sales and streaming on Apple Music. He took to Twitter to discourage his fans from streaming or buying the album. The star wrote:
"An album I released 4 years ago that I’m not getting the money for on this list? I must be the greatest."
He also told a fan, who applauded him for producing some of his best work on the two albums, to forget about them because he is not getting the bag for both of them.
"Trust me. Forget about it cos you know the sales and stream money is not coming to me."
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