- Big Zulu has been praised by Nota Baloyi for catching up Kwesta's record
- Big Zulu's Imali Eningi is now tied with Kwesta's classic Ngud' after spending six weeks on top of the Mzansi Radio Monitor Chart
- Big Zulu's music video for the hit song has also been viewed more than seven million times on YouTube
Big Zulu has caught up with Kwesta's record after spending six weeks on top of the Mzansi Radio Monitor Chart. Big Zulu's hit song Imali Eningi has been breaking records and receiving massive airplay on radio stations across the country.
Opinionated music exec Nota Baloyi took to Instagram recently to praise Big Zulu for catching up with the record Kwesta held with his hit titled Ngud' for a long time. Nota, who was Kwesta's manager, wrote on Instagram:
"Big Zulu is Top 4 and Mali Eningi is now tied with Ngud’ after spending 6 weeks at #1 on South African Radio but y’all wanted him below Cassper (Cassper) and that wanna be American zulu (Nasty C) on the hottest MC’s List."
Nkabi's Imali Eningi music video has also been viewed over seven million times since he dropped it two months ago. He features Intaba Yase Dubai and Riky Rick on the dope track.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that the Imali Eningi hitmaker recently hung out with DJ Shimza and he showed off his expensive clothes in a hilarious video.
The rapper flexed with a R6 900 waistcoat with a price tag still attached to it, expensive Italian shoes and his Brentwood trousers. The musician told Shimza, who was taking the video, to continue wearing his skinny jeans while he continues with his Maskandi swag. In the clip shared on Twitter by Shimza On Thursday, 14 January, Nkabi says:
"Shimza, continue wearing your skinny jeans... I'm over-the-top today my brother. Look at the bottom, I'm wearing someone's Toyota Tazz, an instalment pants, please check the price of the jacket... They'll say you're my cameraman when I'm with you."
Social media users took to Shimza's comment section to share their thoughts on the funny clip. A tweep @Madia_SA said:
"He's taking it back to the shop after.... That's why the price is there still."
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