- Prince Kaybee's Uwrongo made it to Barack Obama's playlist of his favourite songs for the year 2020
- Kaybee said that he could not breathe when he shared the news with Mzansi on Twitter
- The record producer thanked everyone who collaborated with him to make the song and expressed gratitude
Record producer Prince Kaybee is ending his year off on a good note after he realised that one of his songs made it to Barack Obama's playlist. Prince Kaybee could not hide his excitement and took to Twitter to share the news with his fans.
“I cannot breathe,” said Kaybee on Twitter when he shared the news.
The playlist consists of songs that were compiled by the former US president with the help of his family and friends. The title of the playlist is Barack Obama's Favourite Music of 2020.
The song that made it onto the playlist is Uwrongo. Kaybee thanked Ami Faku, Shimza and Black Motion for coming together to make the song and was thrilled that Barack Obama actually liked something that he made.
A number of fans congratulated Prince Kaybee for the achievement and he even received a lovely message from his partner Zola. Kaybee sent his lover a sweet reply.
“When you shed a tear on our call last night, I then knew you all the way in, you are special and for the rest of your days I just want you to be happy,” he said.
In other Mzansi music news, Briefly.co.za reported that the rapper Flvme opened up about the possibility of working with Emtee. Once again there is excitement in the world of hip hop. There is a possibility that Flvme together with Emtee will be making music together.
Fans are always looking for the opportunity for their favourite rappers to come together on the same record, but as we know, it is not always that easy.
We saw Flvme drop his EP, Dead or Alive, last month. It is currently still top on iTunes Top 10 which has fans eager to hear more. There was a moment that Flvme teased his fans with the release of a Deluxe Version.
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