- South African rapper Big Zulu's album Uncqongoshe Wongqongqoshe has achieved gold status
- The rapper has been making some big moves and has even appeared in the Mzansi soapie Uzalo
- His "Nkabi Nation" congratulated him for his big win and are patiently waiting for him to drop his new album
Big Zulu has been basking in the success of his song Imali Eningi and his album is selling pretty well too. The Nkabi took to social media to share that his album Uncqongoshe Wongqongqoshe had reached gold status.
Big Zulu thanked his fans for their undying support and how they helped him reach gold for his album.
"Nkabi Nation Ungqongqoshe Wongqongqoshe album usethengise gold (sold gold). Ngiyabonga Kakhulu (thank you so much) Nkabi Records," he said.
His album has 11 songs and features a number of artists such as Ntsiki Mazwai, Kid X, Cassper Nyovest and Fifi Cooper.
He has also released the remix of his song Ama Million featuring Musiholiq, Zakwe, Kwesta and YoungstaCPT. Big Zulu has expanded his talents and has tried acting, previously appearing on Uzalo.
Big Zulu has previously teased fans about dropping a new album but has remained mum since talking about it.
Social media users took to Big Zulu's comments section to have their say on his album reaching gold:
"Congratulations nkabi uthixo akwandisele (May God keep blessing you). Keep up the good work."
"This shows that you did the right thing by leaving Universal and fought for what you believed in."
"When are you releasing your next album? I want to apply for leave so I can have all the time listening to it."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Big Zulu spoiled the Qwabe twins and blessed them with brand new sneakers. Big Zulu recently spent a day with the Qwabe Twins.
The Imali Eningi hitmaker blessed the singers with a pair of branded sneakers each after spending time with them. The rapper took to Instagram and shared a clip of himself taking out two new pairs of sneakers from the boot of his car and handing them to the twins.
He thanked them for hanging out with him. The twins also took to their Instagram account and shared the video.
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