- Prince Kaybee is absolutely crushing it with news of four of his singles going platinum
- The musician has made South Africans proud once more after Universal Music shared the news
- The songs from Prince Kaybee's third studio album are absolute bangers and deserving of the recognition
South African musician Prince Kaybee is making waves. Four of his singles have gone platinum recently. Fetch Your Life, Club Controller, Banomoya and Gugulethu are the four hits that are making SA proud of Prince Kaybee, once more.
The hitmaker shared a post on Twitter with the great news. Prince Kaybee posed in front of the numerous plaques he has received for his work. The songs hail from the musician's third studio album released in 2019.
South Africans are beyond impressed by the musician and shared their love with him on social media.
Take a look at the tweet shared by Universal Music below:
Below is Prince Kaybee's tweet:
Read some of the responses below:
"We are ready."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on the musician after news broke that he is ready to release his latest album. Prince Kaybee is preparing to drop his highly-anticipated album, The 4th Republic, this week.
The excited award-winning musician took to Twitter on Monday, 1 March to remind his fans that he will officially release the album on Friday, 5 March. The star wrote:
"Album Week, literally dropping in 4 days. May we sell Gold in a few weeks."
The artist's fans took to his comment section to let him know that they have his back. Many shared that they can't wait to buy the new project.
Briefly.co.za also reported that the artist's bae bagged a new gig. Zola Ayabulela Mhlongo took to social media on Friday, 12 March to announce that she's the new presenter for a new SABC 1 travel show called Shayiround.
The excited media personality took to Twitter to share her good news with her followers. The star wrote:
"So l can finally announce it... I GOT THE JOB!!! I'm the presenter for a new travel show called Shayiround on @Official_SABC1."
Zola also took to Instagram to share that she has resigned from Gagasi FM. She had been with the KZN-based radio station for five years.
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