- Kwesta recently revealed why his song long-awaited song with Zola 7 didn't make it to his g.o.d guluva album
- The rapper said that the verse by Zola was complete but they had to leave it out because the file got corrupted
- Kwesta is enjoying the reception that his new album is receiving and can't wait to reveal more about his music
Kwesta has just released his album titled g.o.d guluva and the features on the joint are fire. He recently revealed why some features didn't make the cut on his album, more specifically the song he did with Kwaito legend Zola 7.
Kwesta said that the song Nthabiseng was meant to have Zola featuring but due to some technical issues, it ended up not making it to the album.
The Ngud' hitmaker said that the song file was corrupted when it got to him so they couldn't use it in the song. He still has the verse though and said that he would use it for something else.
In an interview with Zkhiphani, Kwesta said that his fans would be able to hear the immense growth he has made through his new music. He also said that he addresses some tough issues in the album but they had to be spoken about.
Kwesta has already dropped an emotional video for Fire in the Ghetto and the fans are already loving it. The video has been dropped on YouTube and had a warm reception. Judging by what his fans are saying, the album is still pretty good even without the Zola feature.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that MacG takes his groundbreaking Zola 7 interview to the cinema. MacG is making some major money moves and has secured an interview with Kwaito star Zola for Podcast and Chill.
The interview is going to be broadcast in the cinema and MacG is super excited, describing the moment as iconic. The podcaster revealed that the interview will be broadcast in Ster-Kinekor cinemas in three different cities.
MacG thinks that what he has achieved is epic and is going to be a gamechanger.
“We did an epic — well I think it's epic — let me not even say epic, rather iconic interview with Zola 7."
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