- Kwesta is loving Kabza De Small’s vibe and it looks like he is making plans to cook up something with him
- Taking to social media, Kwesta expressed hoe Kabza’s vibe is something that excites him
- Kwesta is not afraid to ask Kabza for a feature and it looks like he is serious about making it happen
Kwesta is loving Kabza De Small’s vibe and it looks like he is making plans to cook up something with him soon. We are loving all the creative collabs that are coming out of Mzansi these days.
Taking to social media, Kwesta expressed hoe Kabza’s vibe is something that excites him. Seeing Kabaza ooze genuine happiness is something Kwesta is all about.
“Seeing @KabzaDeSmall_ living and enjoying his life brings me so much joy... Angazi why but uyangijabulisa ubafo. He seems to be letting it happen to him and it’s bloody refreshing. There’s a realness to it. That man is for real happy.”
Seeing Kwesta’s enthusiasm about Kabza, peeps suggested a collab and Kwesta was all for it. Kwesta is not afraid to ask Kabza for a feature and it looks like he is serious about making it happen too. This will honestly be so lit if it actually happens.
“How about we do this... I will ask for a feature and then we screenshot le tweet yakho and make it the artwork... Grand???”
Kwesta is one of determination, sacrifice, passion, discipline, and hard work. For close to fifteen years, the Ngud hitmaker has been sharpening his skills. Now, you cannot hold a conversation about South African Hip Hop without mentioning his name.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Kwesta got involved in a social media debate about artist achievement. The rapper weighed in on an online discussion that had tweeps saying that achieving platinum status for artists in South Africa was too easy.
The numbers needed to be classified a platinum artist in SA are 15 000 sales for Gold, 30 000 for Platinum and 200 000 for Diamond. Kwesta has achieved Platinum status seven times.
The artist argued with the doubters and challenged them to achieve the numbers in retweets or likes. Kwesta's point was that if the numbers were so easy to reach, then the tweeps should have no trouble getting to them for free. He further mentioned that the numbers achieved are for sales, which people pay for, and that making those stats is an achievement.
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