- Pabi Cooper recently took to her social media pages to celebrate her hit song Banyana Ke Bafana reaching another major milestone
- The song, which features Focalistic, Ch'cco, LuuDadeejay and Nobantu Vilakazi, managed to reach the fit in just two months
- Pabi Cooper also hit another major milestone; she also celebrated reaching 100 000 followers on her YouTube channel
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Pabi Cooper is making strides in the South African music scene. The star has been bagging plaque after plaque thanks to her good music.
Pabi Cooper, real name Paballo Mothapo recently shared the news that her song Banyana Ke Bafana went platinum.
According to TimesLIVE, the song's major milestone comes just two months after its release. The fit comes on the heels of another one of her songs Isiphithiphithi which went platinum in February after racking in more than 3.5 million streams.
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“Oh Damn! Platinum girls we up. Went Platinum again, this time in two months under my record label. 100k subbies for YouTube. God is good. Shout out to my team, my friends, the LOML and my family. Thank you for all the support. My supporters? Cooper FC? Omg, I love you guys. This is because of y’all man."
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Briefly News previously reported that Priddy Ugly recently sparked a social media debate when he revealed that Pretoria has been carrying the country's hip hop industry in terms of artists and supporters.
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The Rap Relay rapper, who is regarded as one of the best rappers and lyricists in the country, said rappers and supporters from Pretoria laid the foundations of Mzansi's hip-hop industry. According to TshisaLIVE, the award-winning rapper headed to his Twitter page to share his thoughts. He tweeted:
"As a community PTA has been carrying RAP for a while, the artists & the supporters, big up yourselves."
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