- Prince Kaybee took to social media to share that he wants to help artists in Africa make it
- The record producer said that he would rather feature local artists on his songs so they can all eat
- Social media users in Mzansi responded to Prince Kaybee's tweet with different reactions
Mzansi record producer Prince Kaybee has made it known that he will work overtime to make sure that artists in Africa are progressing while he's around. It's not easy to make it in the industry but Prince Kaybee wants to do his best to help.
Taking to Twitter, the record producer spoke about how he can't be too focused on featuring artists from abroad when artists in Mzansi are still struggling to make it.
"Can’t be too focused on featuring overseas artists while my home has artists with no bread and I’m one guy that could change their lives by just calling them to studio," said Prince Kaybee.
He also went on to say that he would rather sacrifice his international dream for the progress of African artists. Fans found the gesture from Prince Kaybee admirable.
Check out some of the reactions from social media users in Mzansi to the record producer's tweet below:
"You can do well internationally and still use that international exposure to cultivate your African struggling artists."
"Your selfless nature is your biggest attribute. Once again thank you for making my dream come true. More blessings to you."
"There is definitely a market for everything, just stay in your lane and perfect it."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Prince Kaybee went multi-platinum and fans could not be more proud. 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.
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