- Big Zulu's smash hit titled Imali Eningi has reached 4 million views on YouTube
- Big Zulu shared that the song made history by becoming the first Mzansi song to hit 4 million views in less than a month on YouTube
- Big Zulu's fans have shared that the song deserves to hit so many views on YouTube because it's a hit
Big Zulu's music video for his his song Imali Eningi has hit 4 million views on YouTube in less than a month. The rapper took to Instagram on Wednesday, 23 December to share his good news with his fans.
Big Zulu revealed that the song made history in Mzansi as the first music video to reach 4 million views in less than a month on the video-sharing app. The star wrote:
"Nkabi Records. History Made, Umlando Siwuqophile, First Music Video to Reach Over 4 Million Views in less than a month on YouTube. Nkabi Nation Siyabonga."
The musician's song is one of the most-played tracks this festive season. It is on high rotation on TV and radio stations across Mzansi. The chart-topping track is also doing well on music streaming platforms.
Zulu's fans have taken to his comment section to congratulate him. Check out some of their comments below:
"Beautiful... You guys deserve it... The song is a hit!"
"This is amazing!!!"
"Well deserved, its a hit."
"It’s inspiring seeing a vernac rapper doing like this."
"I'm happy for you."
"1 million every week."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest has given Big Zulu 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 December began.
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 #ImaliEningi is still trended high on Twitter on Tuesday, 8 December.
Cass has congratulated Big Zulu for dropping the track with 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!!!!"
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