- Big Zulu's music video for his smash hit Imali Eningi has hit a whopping six million views on YouTube
- Big Zulu shared that he doesn't have words to describe how he feels after the song reached six million views in just one month
- Big Zulu features Riky Rick and Intaba Yase Dubai on the popular song
Big Zulu's smash hit titled Imali Eningi has reached a whopping six million views on YouTube in a space of a month. The rapper took to social media to show appreciation to his fans who have been watching the music video on the video-sharing app.
The song is one of the most played songs in Mzansi. It is on high rotation on radio and TV stations and is also doing very well on streaming services. The musician took to Twitter on Wednesday, 13 January to share that he doesn't have words to express how he is feeling after the track hit six million views on YouTube.
Inkabi shared a screenshot from YouTube and captioned it:
"Siyabonga kakhulu. Mali Eningi 6 MILLION VIEWS in 1 MONTH kusho lukhulu anginawo amagama angachaza engikuzwa ngaphakathi kimi. Siyabonga kakhulu."
The star features Riky Rick and Intaba Yase Dubai on the popular track with catchy lyrics. Big Zulu and his collaborators sing about craving for a lot of money and eating plenty of meat on the viral track.
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Big Zulu recently hung out with DJ Shimza and showed off his expensive clothes in a hilarious video.
The rapper flexed with an R6 900 waistcoat with a price tag still attached to it, expensive Italian shoes and his Brentwood trousers. The Imali Eningi hitmaker told Shimza, who was taking the video, to continue wearing his skinny jeans while he continues with his Maskandi swag.
In the clip shared on Twitter by Shimza on Thursday, 14 January, Nkabi says:
"Shimza, continue wearing your skinny jeans... I'm over the top today my brother. Look at the bottom, I'm wearing someone's Toyota Tazz, an instalment pants, please check the price of the jacket... They'll say you're my cameraman when I'm with you."
Social media users have taken to Shimza's comment section to share their thoughts on the funny clip. A tweep @COMFORTFLASH wrote:
"Lord have mercy."
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