Haibo: Ambitiouz Entertainment Wants to Sign Kendrick Lamar, SA Reacts

Haibo: Ambitiouz Entertainment Wants to Sign Kendrick Lamar, SA Reacts

- Ambitiouz Entertainment has revealed that it wants to sign Kendrick Lamar

- The Mzansi record label was once home to great artists such as Emtee and Sjava

- Many social media users shared that the stable will not afford to sign the international superstar from the US

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Ambitiouz Entertainment took to social media recently to share that they would love to sign US superstar Kendrick Lamar.

The Mzansi record label is currently home to artists such as Miss Pru, Blaq Diamond, Kid Tini and Intaba Yase Dubai, among others. It was once home to stars such as Emtee and Sjava. The "ambitious" record stable wrote on Twitter recently:

"SBWL to sign Kendrick Lamar."

Tweeps flooded the company's comment section with mixed reactions to its post. Check out some of the comments below:

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@MrApolo_ said:

"He can buy your whole record label with his wardrobe."

@Game_R93 wrote:

"You too broke for him... Eish Sbwl something."

@ThandananiKhan2 commented:

"I guess y'all are ambitious."

@MhlopheSmanga wrote:

"You guys are ambitious shame."

@u_thandi_ added:

"You??? Sign Kendrick Lamar????? Iyooooooh how ambitious of you hey."
Haibo: Ambitiouz Entertainment Wants to Sign Kendrick Lamar, Sa Reacts
Ambitiouz Entertainment wants to sign Kendrick Lamar. Image: @topdawgent
Source: Instagram

In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that US rapper Kendrick Lamar's album titled DAMN has been charting on Billboard for a whopping 200 weeks. The 14-track album has been charting since it was released on 14 April, 2017.

The dope project features other superstars such as Rihanna, Zacari and Irish rock band U2. Kendrick is considered as one of the best lyricists and is known across the globe for making timeless music that addresses social issues.

Chart Data took to Twitter recently and posted that the album has now spent 200 weeks on the Billboard 200.

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Hip-hop followers from across the globe have shared their thoughts on the success of the rapper's fourth studio album. @gkidkaa wrote:

"The king of rap."

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Source: Briefly News

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Mxolisi Mngadi (Editor) Mxolisi Mngadi is an entertainment reporter. He graduated in 2002 from Damelin with a Diploma in Journalism, majoring in African and International Studies, Journalism and Electronic Media. He then started his journalism career at the Daily Sun newspaper, went on to The Citizen, and worked as a senior reporter at News24. He has been a writer for more than 15 years.

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