- Big Zulu is set to mesmerise Nkandla with an electrifying performance at the May Handicap event
- The event is known for its spectacular horse races and live music that creates a vibrant atmosphere in rural Nkandla
- The Nkandla May Handicap also showcases local talent and brings big entertainment to the dusty village
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Inkabi Zezwe rapper and actor, Big Zulu will be headlining the highly anticipated Nkandla May Handicap event in KZN.
Big Zulu is set to grace the Nkandla May Handicap
Big Zulu has captured the hearts of many music enthusiasts across the nation. His participation in this rural horse racing event is a testament to his commitment to connecting with fans from all walks of life.
According to SABC News, the Nkandla May Handicap is a horse racing show that is held in the rural town of Nkandla in KwaZulu Natal. After a three hiatus, the show is back and will be on 27 May.
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The people of Nkandla and its surrounding areas will have the opportunity to witness Big Zulu's live performance, an experience they may have only previously enjoyed through television screens.
Big Zulu posted his new song alongside rapper Stilo Magolide
"Stilo Magolide ft Big Zulu - iQhupha It’s out all digital platforms siyabonga @stilomagolide"
The song, titled iQupha (a punch), was initially marketed as a fight between the two rappers. After learning that was no boxing match planned fans shared their disappointment:
" sengimeme kangaka ngith kune boxing match."
"Hau iMatch siphelile njalo "
"Hau akliwa kanti "
"Awu Nkabi Koda akuyona iFight leyo ayi ngek siyacela shem ngek kwazi"
'Umbayimbayi': Big Zulu and Sjava's hit song goes gold after just 2 weeks
In a previous story, Briefly News reported on Big Zulu and Sjava's Umbayimbayi going gold in two weeks.
Inkabi Zezwe, the exciting new collaboration between South African artists Big Zulu and Sjava, has already made an impressive impact on the music scene, with their debut single Umbayimbayi reaching gold status in less than two weeks of release.
The song serves as the lead single to their upcoming album Ukhamba and has topped streaming charts, including Spotify South Africa and Apple South Africa.
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Source: Briefly News