- Rapper Big Zulu is doing the most and has reached one million views for his song titled Inhlupheko
- The song made these numbers in just two weeks of being released on YouTube and the rapper is thankful
- Big Zulu has a number of platinum records and is planning to add even more to his arsenal, he's working hard
Big Zulu is enjoying the wave he's currently on and is celebrating reaching one million views for his latest single, Inhlupheko featuring Mduduzi Ncube. The song seems to be touching the hearts of many in Mzansi because of its spiritual sound and meaning.
What makes this achievement special is that Big Zulu reached these numbers in just two weeks. Taking to social media, Big Zulu told his fans that he is thankful for their support. He wrote:
"Nkabi Nation. Inhlupheko 1 MILLION VIEWS in two weeks. Ngiyabonga kakhulu."
Inhlupheko is one of the most Shazam-ed songs in the country following its release and Big Zulu has reached platinum status with some of the songs he's already released such as Imali Eningi, Ama Million, Vuma Dlozi and Isiginci.
Big Zulu has also hinted that he's currently working on an album which he is going to release some time this year. He doesn't want to let the hype die down too much and is working with a number of artists to keep the momentum going.
As humble as he is, Big Zulu is not shy to celebrate his success. After all, he has been trying to make it for a long time and it's finally happening.
Briefly News previously reported that Big Zulu shared a list of his Top 4 rappers in South Africa. rapper Big Zulu recently had an interview with podcaster Mac G for his show Podcast and Chill and spoke about a number of topics.
One of the things Big Zulu spoke about was who his favourite rappers in the country are. Briefly News takes a deeper look at the rappers that Big Zulu named on his list. One of them is Zakwe.
Zakwe is a rapper who hails from KwaMashua, KwaZulu-Natal. Big Zulu describes Zakwe as his brother and says that they go way back.
"He has carried me for a long time and he has never forsaken me," said Big Zulu.
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