- Kabza De Small has given his fans a taste of his older sound with his new single titled King of Piano
- The Amapiano game is no longer ruled by him and DJ Maphorisa but he's showing that he's still got it
- The song, featuring Mhaw Keys and Kabza De Small, is taking it back to the original sounds of Amapiano
There might be more competition in the Amapiano game right now but Kabza De Small is maintaining that he's still got the genre on lock. Kabza took to social media on Tuesday, 20 April to share that he's got a new song in the works and gave fans a sneak peek.
Kabza has been trolled on social media in the past for constantly releasing music and not resting but he doesn't seem to care. The Amapiano DJ and Scorpion King plans on giving the people what they want.
Amapiano has changed a lot over the last two years and it seems like Kabza wants to take it back to how it sounded in the past.
The new single, titled King of Piano is featuring Mhaw Keys sounds a lot like Kabza's older productions.
The song is almost eight minutes long and is more ambient than the party Amapiano jams that have been dropped over the last year or so.
Some might think that Kabza is "washed" but he's keeping his original sound and wants to remind people who made this genre as popular as it is today.
In other Amapiano news, Briefly News reported that Yanga Chief is proud to rep Xhosa rappers. Yanga Chief took to social media recently to share that he is proud to represent Xhosa rappers. The Utatakho hitmaker told his fans on Twitter recently that no one could separate him from Xhosa rap.
The award-winning rapper is popular in Mzansi for rapping in his own language and referencing Xhosa culture in his songs. The star even sang about King Dalindyebo in Utatakho. Yanga said he plans to start a movement of aspiring Xhosa rappers who have not been heard in Mzansi.
"I stand for Xhosa Rap. You can’t separate me from it or take just me... Take us. Sonke mfondini! I won’t be what other Xhosa rappers were. I’m bringing a movement! From Cape to Komani."
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