- Music composer Lebo M recently took to social media to show love to Big Zulu
- The Zulu rapper’s song Imali Eningi has been receiving praise from Mzansi music lovers including Lebo M
- The successful track recently hit 4 million views in under a month
Big Zulu’s song Imali Eningi is a major hit. It’s been trending online and recently reached 4 million views in just under a month. The song is so popular that even music producer Lebo M loves it.
The Lion King hitmaker recently took to his Instagram to share a video of himself jamming to the track. Big Zulu shared the video on his Instagram account and thanked Lebo for the love.
It seems the track is well on its way to being the biggest in the country and taking us into the new year.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that South African producer and composer Lebo M has gotten Mzansi excited over his new reality show. Lebo, whose full name is Lebohang Morake is going to be starring in a show called Lebo M - Coming Home on Showmax.
The show is going to be taking Mzansi fans behind the scenes of the Grammy Award-winning producer and also give insight into his family life.
Even though Lebo was a bit reluctant to let the cameras into his private life, he eventually gave in when he realised the doors it would open for him.
"Having recently learnt that no-one really knows who am in SA, my beloved home country of birth, I’ve become romantic about opening up and having my fans and audience here hang out with Angela and my children," said Lebo.
Lebo was visibly excited for his new show to air:
"The sun has risen, the Voice & Spirit of the Lion King is coming home," he wrote on Instagram.
The soon to be reality star shared a short snippet of the show on his Instagram account. Fans were quick to comment on what they thought:
@bisibcreations commented: "Congrats. Thank you for everything TLK since 2007."
@morganafrica said: "Looking good brother. I’m sure it will have plenty to enjoy."
@braineygainey commented: "Bravo my brother. Bravo!"
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