- Riky Rick is celebrating a milestone of having four of his songs in the Top 100 measured by RAMS
- The rapper thanked the producers and musicians that he collaborated with to make the achievement possible
- Riky also took the opportunity to thank his fans for their support and said that they have good taste
Mzansi rapper Riky Rick has been branching out with his music and trying different things. Although Riky is originally a hip-hop artist, he tried out making music in Amapiano and it seems to be working out well for him.
Riky Rick has four songs in the Top 100 charts by the Radio Audience Measurement (RAMS), measured by the Broadcast Research Council of South Africa (BRC).
The rapper took to social media to share his recent success with his followers and he was clearly super grateful for his achievement:
"Thank you South Africa, Imali Eningi is the most played song on radio for the third week in a row and we currently have 4 songs in the Top 100… Thank you," said Riky Rick.
He also mentioned all the artists he collaborated with which are Big Zulu, Focalistic, Boity, Semi Tee, Reece Madlisa and Tyler ICU.
Riky did not miss the opportunity to thank his fans for listening to his music and for their support:
“Thank you to our fans for requesting our music and keeping the fire burning. Thank you to all the stations, compilers and djs who keep rocking with our tunes. You got great taste," bragged the rapper.
In other Mzansi music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Gigi Lamayne revealed that she would love to collaborate with A-Reece. When Mzansi musicians want to collaborate with each other, it makes the fans feel like there's plenty of love to go around. Rapper Gigi Lamayne has revealed that she would like to collaborate with the MC A-Reece.
Gigi was playing a Q&A game with her followers on Instagram and she answered a series of questions that her fans were curious about.
One of her followers asked her if she would ever collaborate with A-Reece and Gigi answered that she would love to. A-Reece has been hot property for a while and has been releasing some bangers for the last few years.
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