- Cassper Nyovest has applauded Big Zulu for dropping one of the biggest songs in the country
- Cassper Nyovest took to Twitter to give Big Zulu's song Imali Eningi his stamp of approval
- Big Zulu's Imali Eningi has reached one million views on YouTube in just one week
Cassper Nyovest has given Big Zulu's smash hit titled Imali Eningi his stamp of approval. The Amademoni hitmaker took to social media recently to share his views on the epic track. The song has been trending on Twitter since this past weekend.
Cass took to the micro-blogging app on Saturday, 5 December and shared that he's also feeling the track. Big Zulu features Intaba Yase Dubai and Riky Rick on the single. The hashtag #ImaliEningi is still trending high on Twitter on Tuesday, 8 December.
Cass has congratulated Big Zulu for dropping the number with such catchy lyrics. Zulu, Riky and Intaba sing about having a lot of money and eating meat on the viral track. Mufasa wrote:
"@BigZulu_ZN big big big song!!!! Congrats!!!!"
Cassper Nyovest's fans took to his comment section to share their own views on his post. Check out some of their comments below:
"I like to see this. An artist congratulating another artist."
"Song of the year!!!"
"He's doing well for himself."
"I'm glad you're showing him the same respect he has for you."
"Real recognises real."
In related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Big Zulu trended on social media when he shared an epic picture with Riky Rick. In the snap posted by Big Zulu on Twitter recently, the musicians are eating braaied meat from a huge braai stand.
The two rappers have dropped a banging track titled Imali Eningi. They rap about having a lot of money and chowing nyama. Big Zulu took to Instagram on Sunday, 6 December to share that the song's music video has reached one million views on YouTube in just one week.
The track is also on high rotation on radio stations across the country. Social media users took to Big Zulu's comment section to praise him for dropping a dope track and to share their views on the snap.
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