- Mzansi rappers A-Reece and 1000 Degreez' are celebrating their 2018 music video reaching 1 million views on YouTube
- The music video which is called A real nigga tale, also received twelve thousand likes on the platform
- Taking to Twitter, 1000 Degreez announced the exciting news with his fans who congratulated the rappers heartily
A-Reece stays winning, and those he works with, win too. The South African rapper recently celebrated reaching another amazing milestone for one of his popular 2018 songs, A real nigga tale which got 1 million views on YouTube.
The song features another up-and-coming Mzansi rapper 1000 Degreez who is actually the one who shared the exciting news with his fans on his Twitter recently who obviously received the news pretty well.
“Thank you for the love and support y’all gave us throughout our journey” #1MillionViews," he captioned the Twitter post recently.
The music video also received over twelve thousand views from locals and perhaps international fans who appreciate the young rappers' commitment to making lit music and music videos for the masses.
Meanwhile, his fans have had this to say:
Ngcebo Zuma said:
"Reece is addictive yazi"
Kabelo Mohlala said:
"There is no need for us South Africans to listen to overseas hip hop anymore ❤ we got our own dawgs here wow"
Marc Andre Mahlangu said:
"A-Reece is one of the best things that ever happened to me. All the way from Bulawayo"
Sego ACC said:
"What a simple Music video, just basic Visuals, and simple rapping. No Booty, No car. Simple. Shout out A-Reece"
Lyawawa Sandala said:
"A-Reece really puts his all into this game, think of how much music he's been putting out lately! He's hungry and I love it!"
Briefly.co.za also reported that A-Reece took to social media recently to share that he has bagged his first number 1 on Apple Music. The star topped Apple Music's All Genres chart with his new song, The Five Year Plan. He features Wordz on the dope track.
The excited rapper took to Twitter on 23 January and shared a screenshot from the music streaming service. He beat international superstars such as Justin Bieber, The Weeknd, and Tiesto, among others. The musician captioned his post:
"First time for everything," he wrote.