- Nota Baloyi has shared that Kwesta has sold more records that AKA
- Nota said Kwesta's DaKAR II, released in 2016, was certified diamond in 2019
- Nota also shared that it took years for AKA's album called Levels to sell 300 000 copies
Controversial music executive Nosta Baloyi has claimed that Kwesta's album DaKAR II sold more copies than AKA's project titled Levels. Nota, who is Kwesta's former manager, praised Kwesta for his success when he appeared on The Sobering Podcast's first episode recently.
The RISA executive shared that the Ngud' hitmaker's DaKAR II was certified diamond by RISA in 2019. The project was released in 2016. It had smash hits such as Ngud' and Ngiyaz'fela Ngawe, among others.
The opinionated Nota explained that Supa Mega's Levels took years to reach 300 000 copies. Nota shared that Kwesta is selling better that AKA within Sony Music in Mzansi.
"The big act, the bestselling hip-hop act who is at the imprint of RCA via the label that I’m the head of is Kwesta," Nota said, according to SAHIPHOPMAG.
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nasty C has taken to social media to share a snippet of an unreleased song. The star shared the preview of the track titled If You Wanna on Instagram on Tuesday, 19 January.
The There They Go hitmaker challenged his fans to dance to the track ans share their videos on TikTok. In the short clip he posted, is a graphic of a cassette tape. The rapper captioned the post:
"Thanks in advance #IfYouWanna."
The musician last dropped a project in August 2020 when he released his album titled Zulu Man With Some Power. It seems the star has been using his time in lockdown to record new music. He did not share when he will drop the new song. His fans took to his comment section to share their thoughts on the number.
Briefly.co.za also reported that 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 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. The Amademoni hitmaker took to the micro-blogging app and responded to @Drizzyk243's tweet. Cassper Nyovest wrote:
"Wish we could shoot a video for it. @burnaboy @wizkidayo @DjMaphorisa."
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Source: Briefly News