Prince Kaybee Defends ‘Music Theory’ From Critics Who Want Him to Do Amapiano: “I Don’t Do Music for Survival”

Prince Kaybee Defends ‘Music Theory’ From Critics Who Want Him to Do Amapiano: “I Don’t Do Music for Survival”

  • Prince Kaybee's sixth studio album, Music Theory, has received bad reviews from Mzansi, who told the DJ to switch to Amapiano
  • Kaybee had defended his album and said when people stopped listening to his music, he lost nothing
  • The music producer and DJ is sticking to his guns and will not do Amapiano, as he mentioned that he no longer does music to survive

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Prince Kaybee will not to Amapiano music even if he is losing fans.
Prince Kaybee has made it clear that he will not make Amapiano music after his sixth studio album 'Music Theory' got criticised. Image: @princekaybee_sa
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The trend of jumping to Amapiano because people no longer support a certain genre will miss Prince Kaybee.

After receiving a cold reception from certain peeps for his sixth studio album, Music Theory, Kaybee was told he should try doing Amapiano music.

According to TshisaLIVE, Kaybee released Music Theory under a new label, Ingrooves Africa. He admitted that he was nervous about the release.

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Prince Kaybee unfazed after Music Theory receives a thumbs down from certain critics

Responding to certain negative comments from online users, Kaybee said he no longer makes music to survive.

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A peep by the Twitter handle @ChefAnderson5 said Kaybee should do Amapiano:

"At this point, you should have done piano too dawg. If you approached it like Maphorisa did you could have been relevant. I stopped listening after Gugulethu coz I felt the same way also, and you were here before the Yanoz, but they almost wiped yall out. They will soon."

An unbothered Prince responded by saying he does not need music to survive.

"I don’t do music for survival, and when you stopped listening I lost nothing."

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Kaybee responds to more negative comments from critics

The hateful comments kept coming, but Kaybee had time to respond to some of them.

The Gugulethu hitmaker said @SirTanga_ should instead listen to his old music after stating that Music Theory has zero hit songs.

"I Appreciate your truth…, enjoy the old stuff G."

Kaybee then schooled user @Bokenza1, who said he should spend more time in the studio making his music, and maybe he will receive enough streams.

The producer said spending months in the studio does not guarantee music streams, as his most successful album only took three weeks to compile.

"You are wrong about a lot…1. Spending months perfecting an album doesn’t guarantee commercial success, My most successful album took me 3 weeks to compile and we are over 100 Million streams with it… 2. I do expect something in return but not money, impact."

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Fans defend Prince Kaybee from trolls

Loyal Prince Kaybee fans had this to say about Music Theory.

@ThifhsM said:

"Good thing you don't succumb to the norms."

@Maureen_Murai said:

"Fave, I need you to drop that song with Bongeziwe."

@NdumiiS said:

"We love and appreciate your sound as different as it is, don’t change, my guy, you’ve already created a fan base for your unique sound and thina we want it that way, piano cats can be."

@ZeBlackRussian said:

"I love that you do what makes you happy bro. You haven’t hoped on the trends nor tried to be something you aren’t. As someone who has listened to you since high school, your sound has matured and developed something deep and unique. Shout out to you bro. You still have us, can’t be arguing with people who move with the waves and completely ignore good music."

@thobonanie said:

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Mzansi gave Kaybee's 3 singles a thumbs up

Briefly News previously reported that Prince Kaybee released three new singles from his album Music Theory to give fans a taste of what to expect.

Mzansi loved his new music, and some even praised him for it.

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Jessica Gcaba (Entertainment editor) Jessica Gcaba is an Entertainment Editor for Briefly News (joined in 2023). She is a Journalism graduate from the Durban University Of Technology (2019). She has 4 years of experience as an Entertainment and Lifestyle Journalist at Africa New Media Group writing for ZAlebs website. She passed a set of trainings from Google News Initiative. To reach her, contact: jessica.gcaba@briefly.co.za

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