DJ Tira Hints at Move to Amapiano After Flying Down Leading Artists

DJ Tira Hints at Move to Amapiano After Flying Down Leading Artists

- DJ Tira has hinted that he may be branching to amapiano music

- The music producer shared a picture of amapiano artists Reece Madlisa and Zuma

- His loyal following agreed that expanding his music styles was a good idea

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DJ Tira is not one to stay on a sinking ship. With amapiano taking over the Mzansi music landscape, it’s a case of adapt or die.

The gqom music producer has chosen to adapt. Taking to Instagram recently, Tira shared a picture of Reece Madlisa and Zuma, 2 top amapiano artists and welcomed them to Durban.

The Afrotainment owner did not say anything else but fans were quick to draw their own conclusions.

Many pointed out that gqom was obsolete and it was time to look into working with amapiano artists.

DJ Tira hints at move to Amapiano after flying down leading genre artists
DJ Tira may be moving to amapiano soon. Image: @djtira
Source: Instagram

Meanwhile, previously reported that DJ Tira is set to release another banger along with Mzansi’s favourite singing twins.

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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."

lihle_xulu said:


sbuko_samanono_kwezechalaha said:

"Yiyoh malume number one."

oscarienze said:

"You guys are doing an amazing job... Keep it up."

redman_matshaba said:

"This is a JAM though."

tsepo_ncube said:

"You cooking fire." 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."

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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.

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