- Yanga Chief let his fans know that the new album he has been working on is next level
- Taking to social media, Yanga explained to his fans how this album saved him
- Yanga went on to express how his mission was to create another album that would see him winning more awards
Yanga Chief let his fans know that the new album he has been working on is so much more than just an album. The Mzansi artists believe that this album saved his life.
Deciding on creating a pop album was a big move for Yanga but one that he believes will pay off. Yanga is excited to drop this new album as it is one that has forever changed him as a person.
Taking to social media, Yanga explained to his fans how this album saved him and that is why it is going to be a release to remember. Making a statement like this is a big deal.
Yanga has yet to announce the release date for his new album but this statement has definitely created a hype. Fans are ready to hear this life-saving album!
“My new album literally saved my life.”
Yanga went on to express how his mission was to create another album that would see him winning more awards. After having won SAHHA Song Of The Year Award, Yanga is not ready to stop there, he wants another trophy!
“Last year I brought the SAHHA Song Of The Year Award back to Queenstown. This year I’m thinking of bringing back the SAMA Best Hip Hop Award. Ndize?”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Yanga Chief’s recent interview with Riky Rick, on his powerful session Lab Live, had many reaching for the tissues. Hearing a young man speak such powerful words was truly moving. Not having had his father around, Yanga feels extremely strongly about absent fathers.
In the interview, Yanga touched on this topic and the words he spoke were truly moving. Briefly.co.za saw the raw emotion Yanga exude during the interview which left many with a heavy case of the feels.
The interview highlighted Yanga's big song uTatakho, his upbringing and winning the coveted South African Music Award (SAMA) recently. Riky Rick also lost his dad at a tender age, so the topic of growing up without a father resonated for both him and Yanga.
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