- Jub Jub has every reason to celebrate after his single Ndikhokhele Remix reached two million views on YouTube
- The media personality thanked his fans from all over the world for their support
- The hit song features various local artists including Dr Rebecca Malope, Benjamin Dube and Nathi
Jub Jub's career is on an upward trajectory and things just seem to be getting better. The rapper and TV personality recently announced that his comeback single Ndikhokhele Remix has hit over two million views on YouTube.
The star-studded track features an array of top Mzansi musicians including Dr Rebecca Malope, Mlindo The Vocalist, Nathi, Benjamin Dube and others. The single was well received by Mzansi and trended for weeks after its released.
Jub Jub took to social media to celebrate the massive win. He posted:
"Thank you soooooooo much AFRICA and the whole world for truly loving our song... NOT POSSIBLE WITHOUT YOU!!!"
Instagram user congratulated him on the massive achievement. Insta user mofokeng_felicia said:
"We love you sooo much Jub Jub."
"I've always said it gore he's gonna bounce back and bazothula GOD IS GOOD ALL THE TIME... AND ALL THE TIME GOD IS GOOD."
"God is good."
"Congrats Jub Jub."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that the Ndikhokhele Remix by Jub Jub and various artists trended for well over 24 hours in Mzansi. Many have agreed that the track is perfect. Others, however, are wondering why Jub Jub didn't feature Samthing Soweto, who is one of the hottest local talents at the moment. It seems Jub Jub tried but the singer declined to work with him.
Answering a fan on Instagram, Jub Jub revealed that he approached Samthing Soweto, but was rejected.
Instagram user seipenoreeditse said: "Please include Samthing Soweto, please please!" To which Jub Jub responded: "I tried but he didn't want to work with me."
Yikes. But then again Samthing Soweto probably had his reasons. We can't help but wonder if he has any regrets after seeing just how successful the song has become.
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