Classic: Kwesta Celebrates 'DaKAR II' Being Named Album of the Week

Classic: Kwesta Celebrates 'DaKAR II' Being Named Album of the Week

- Kwesta's album DaKAR II was recently named the classic album of the week on Apple Music

- The Ngud' hitmaker took to social media to celebrate the good news and to ask his fans to listen to the album

- The dope Mzansi musician also told his followers that he is preparing to drop new music soon

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Kwesta took to social media recently to celebrate his album DaKAR II being named Apple Music's classic album of the week.

The Ngud' hitmaker, who is preparing to drop a new album in April, said the album is still the greatest. He asked his fans to continue streaming it. The rapper wrote:

"Greatest …STILL. My album, DaKAR II, is classic album of the week on Apple Music, please run it up, all week long! New music on the way!"

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Kwesta's fans took to his comment section to share their thoughts on the album released five years ago. Che k out some of their comments below:

@Tembela93601141 wrote:

"Always admire your work. Well done bro."

@BlackQkings said:

"Always impressive... On fire."

@hlokzah_hloni commented:

"I still jam to this album King. Greatest ever."

@Mbongen16V added:

"Still have the hard copy."
Classic: Kwesta Celebrates 'DaKAR II' Being Named Album of the Week
Kwesta's 'DaKAR II' was named classic album of the week on Apple Music. Image: @kwestadakar
Source: Instagram

In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Big Zulu has shared his thoughts on Nasty C's album name, Zulu Man With Some Power. The Imali Eningi hitmaker made the comments during a recent interview on MacG's Podcast and Chill.

MacG asked Big Zulu whether the There They Go hitmaker was misappropriating the Zulu culture by calling himself "Zulu Man With Some Power".

"He is our child who is overseas doing what he has to do. He has his own way of doing things, I don’t think we should have a problem."

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The rapper said he respects Nasty C because he is representing the country overseas, especially in the US.

"I respect the boy and I don’t think it is only for Zulus. You see all of that, he is where he is, he is representing the country overseas, he is doing what he is suppose to do."

Nota Baloyi previously said that Nasty C’s album title would fit Big Zulu. At the time, Big Zulu's single Imali Eningi was on high rotation on radio and TV.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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