- Makoya Bearings, aka DJ Tira, recently took to social media to tease his followers with a new song
- The track will feature the delightful Qwabe twins and it’s already sounding like a banger
- Mzansi social media users couldn’t help but express their excitement over the teaser snippet
DJ Tira is set to release another banger along with Mzansi’s favourite singing twins.
The music producer took to his personal Instagram page to share snippet of their recording session and it’s clear that the group have a banger on their hands.
The short clip of the track sounded amazing and Mzansi social media users flooded Tira’s comments section, begging him to release the track immediately.
Instagram user zulu_mfana said:
"It's a hit malume idedele."
"Yiyoh malume number one."
"You guys are doing an amazing job... Keep it up."
"This is a JAM though."
"You cooking fire."
Briefly.co.za had previously reported that DJ Tira recently took to social media to share a video of two young white boys singing along to his track called Nguwe. The boys sang in fluent isiZulu and seemed to thoroughly enjoy the song.
He captioned the video:
"We Tira ubani lo mlungu?? Dankie @mehlemamba_ngidi inkosi yabelungu."
Although social media users were impressed by the boys, they were more interested in the fact that they were wearing iziphandla - animal skin bracelets that signify that a ritual to the ancestors was done. Many were amused and confused by why the boys would be wearing the sacred arm jewellery.
Insta user nkululekomzala said:
"Once white people adapt to black lives, they just generally look black."
"Leziphandla abazifakile (they are wearing)..."
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that DJ Tira believes he can handle being the next Minister of Arts and Culture.
A tweep recently suggested that Tira is the man for the job.
The DJ responded with,:
Earlier this year, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Tira had done his bit for society by giving out free electricity vouchers to fans.
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Source: Briefly News