- DJ Prince Kaybee has officially announced the drop date for his fourth studio album
- Prince Kaybee’s 20 track album, The 4th Republic, will officially hit in February 2021
- Fans took to the comment section to let Prince Kaybee know that they are ready and waiting
Multi-award winning SA DJ Prince Kaybee has officially announced the drop date for his fourth studio album. Fans have been waiting for this announcement and are buzzing that the time has finally arrived.
Waiting for all the other big album drops to happen, Prince Kaybee has finally decided to release his. Taking to social media, Prince Kaybee announced the date he will be dropping his new album
Prince Kaybee’s 20 track album, The 4th Republic, will officially hit in February 2021. Yes, we know it is still a long time to wait, but we are so sure it is going to be worth it.
Fans took to the comment section to let Prince Kaybee know that they are ready and waiting. February 2021 cannot come quick enough but it has definitely given Prince Kaybee fans something to look forward to.
@mayi_johannes15: “We're waiting.”
@nyanyu._: “No mahn Kaybee, February is far bafwethu, aaye!”
@wendywendzy: “I am waiting patiently ”
@celestinah_mapola: “Dankie, waiting.”
@manico_dj: “Don't my brother is not far 2021 is around the corner.”
@the_trendsview: “That's very humble, brief.”
@siwe_mkpl: “February 2021. Hayi uthi sithini apha kuDecember? Hayi Abuti plz.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Prince Kaybee has taken to social media to tell Mzansi musicians' managers to back off a bit. The award-winning DJ shared that he was trying to get the contact details of a singer he saw singing on Twitter but the manager refused to give him the number.
Kaybee advised managers to give artists the "freedom" to engage with other artists. He urged them to stop saying things must go through them even when the singer is willing to do a collab.
"When you manage an artist please give them the freedom to engage with other artists, STOP saying things must go through you even when artists want to engage and get to learn from each other as creatives. You are not a musician, go manage deals and bookings."
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