- Kwesta took to social media to share a video to show his fans what's coming next for his music
- The rapper is giving Mzansi a look into the painful truths about living in the townships in the country
- Kwesta's album god guluva is dropping on 30 April and he's already got some music videos lined up
Mzansi rapper Kwesta is ready to let his fans hear the fire he's cooking in the studio. Taking to social media, Kwetsa posted a video teaser of his new song, Fire in the Ghetto featuring Troublle. The video shows the emotional reality of what takes place in South African townships.
This is going to be the first music video that Kwesta drops this year and fans are buzzing. He simply captioned the post "Soon come" and Mzansi can't wait to see what the rapper has in store for them this time.
Kwesta's new album, god guluva is set to be released on 30 April. The project Kwesta is releasing is going to be titled Who I Am. Judging by the title, fans will be expecting to see the more emotional side of the rapper through his music.
Mzansi social media users reacted to Kwesta's teaser and many were impressed. Check out the comments below:
"You have the best visuals in the game."
"What day is it baba?"
"Wow, that just gave me such a rush of energy."
"The king strikes again."
"We taking hip-hop back to the trees again. Hip-hop is back in SA."
Briefly News previously reported that Kwetsa's former Manager Nota Baloyi explained his current relationship with him. Nota Baloyi is a very controversial figure in the hip-hop game and always has opinions about artists. Nota was Kwesta's manager but the two have since parted ways.
During an interview on The Rea and Blvck Steph podcast, Nota spoke about how his relationship with his former artist is doing. Nota said that although he and Kwesta are not on speaking terms, they are good.
"When you have a certain partnership and you've got a certain relationship, it might work for the business period. We had an agreement and saw it out," said Nota.
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