- Emtee has dropped the music video for his song Waves and Mzansi reacted to the video
- The rapper has had a tough time in his personal life and is getting back into the game with ease
- A number of social users commented that Mzansi needs to support Emtee like never before
Mzansi trap rapper Emtee just dropped the music video for his song Waves and the fans are eating it up. It has been a while since Emtee has released a music video and fans were hyped up to see what he could cook up.
The music video was a highly anticipated one as even Sjava tweeted yesterday that the video would be dropping today.
Once the music video was officially uploaded to YouTube, fans began to react on the Twitter timeline with their thoughts about it.
Emtee has been going through a lot lately in his personal life and his fans just want to see him win. It seems as though now is his time to pick himself back up because his fans are backing him.
Briefly.co.za put together a few reactions from social media about Emtee's video for Waves. Take a look at some of the reactions below:
@KhumoRakhudu said: "No bigger trapper than Emtee in this country."
@Leratomagau commented: "One of the best trap songs to come out of SA."
@BolediSeshoka said: "Aii guys let's support Emtee like we used to."
@LeNanza_ commented: "A very good day to listen to the GOAT, Emtee."
@Jayhustler13 said: "He deserves nothing but our support. Emtee shout out to you man."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest wishes they could shoot the video for Kabza's 'Sponono'. Cassper Nyovest recently took to social media to share that he wishes they could shoot a music video for Kabza De Small's hit titled Sponono. The track is reportedly huge in Nigeria.
The number features Mufasa and other African heavy hitters such as DJ Maphorisa and Nigerian stars Burna Boy and WizKid. A tweep @Drizzyk243 took to Twitter on Tuesday, 12 January and shared the track needs a music video.
He tagged Cass and the other artists who are featured on the track. @Drizzyk243 was replying to another fan who tweeted about how the song made everyone try out Amapiano in Nigeria.
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Source: Briefly News