- Prince Kaybee has achieved an amazing accomplishment recently by being place in a coveted Times Magazine list
- The artist has been featured in the “10 Best Songs of 2020” and is the only African to do so
- The mention is for his hit track Uwrongo which features Shimza, Black Motion and Ami Faku.
Prince Kaybee is flying the Mzansi flag high with his talent. The multi award-winning musician and DJ has been featured on the prestigious Times Magazine’s coveted “10 Best Songs of 2020”. Prince Kaybee is the only African making an appearance on the list.
The accomplishment is for his hit single, Uwrongo, featuring ensemble: Shimza, Black Motion and Ami Faku.
The track has cemented Prince Kaybee’s biggest breakthrough year on the global music scene.
The track has taken the number 1 spot in the country on the Radiomonitor Top 100 AirPlay Chart and spent 26 weeks in the Top 100, surpassing 650 million impressions on radio.
Halala Prince Kaybee.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Prince Kaybee has decided to do his bit to help worthy up and coming producers catch a break. It is up to the ones who have made it to help those who have yet to. Everyone starts at the bottom and knows how hard it is to catch that break that you need to move up a level.
Mzansi artists do the most to help those trying to make it and it is truly inspirational.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Prince Kaybee is giving worthy producers a chance to showcase their skills and get a little recognition. Prince Kaybee was once where these peeps are and understands the value of someone like him trying to help out.
Prince Kaybee has established himself as a lit music producer with many notable accolades under his belt. Prince Kaybee has helped a lot of artists create memorable tracks in his time.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Maphorisa wants to work with social media star Bobo Mbhele. The Amapiano music producer took to social media recently to ask his followers to help him find Bobo.
Bobo is famous on social media streets for his slogan 'Ilwa Ntombo'. Bobo became popular in Mzansi a few years back when one of his videos went viral online. In the clip, the young musician called himself a slay queen and warned girls to stay woke as he was coming for their baes.
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