- Kwesta has shared with his fans why he didn't rap on Zakwe & Duncan's new joint titled Kapteni
- Kwesta only sang a hook on the track featured on their new joint album called Zakwe & Duncan
- Kwesta revealed that he begged the two rappers but they didn't allow him to rap on the track
Kwesta has taken to social media to share why he didn't rap on Zakwe and Duncan's new joint titled Kapteni. The Ngud' hitmaker only sang a hook on the track.
Kapteni is featured on Zakwe and Duncan's recently released joint album titled Zakwe & Duncan. The album also features rappers K.O and Beast. Kwesta took to Twitter recently to promote his music peers' new project consisting of 15 tracks. The star's fans took to his comment section to complain that he only did a hook on the song.
Kwesta explained to them that he pleaded to add a verse on the two KZN rappers' track but they told him to stick on doing the song's hook. The award-winning rapper wrote:
"Hheyi, I pleaded and begged. Zakwe and Duncan said, 'Shay’ iHook uthule wena maan', Njenge sosha ke ngathumeka. We rapped on many songs coming up and there’s still many songs coming up. You will be served. Okwamanje, let’s enjoy the album. Ungakhali."
Kwesta promised his fans that he has plenty of songs coming up where he is strictly rapping.
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG has dropped a new banger featuring DJ Tira and Nokwazi. The Jerusalema hitmaker's new song is titled Ng'zolova. The award-winning musician released the track on Friday, 4 December.
The dope single is taken off his upcoming album called Jerusalema Deluxe. Master KG shared on Instagram on Thursday night, 3 December that the 14-track album will officially drop on 18 December.
This is not the first time that the Limpopo-born musician has worked with DJ Tira on a song. In 2019, Master produced Tira's hit song titled Thank You Mr DJ.
Mzansi music lovers have taken to Twitter to share their views on the world-renowned DJ's new song. Most of them have expressed that the track is a banger.
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