‘Tshwala Bam’ Video Hits 2 Million Views in 1 Week, Africa Raves: “Thank You for This Masterpiece”

‘Tshwala Bam’ Video Hits 2 Million Views in 1 Week, Africa Raves: “Thank You for This Masterpiece”

  • The Tshwala Bam music video is making waves on YouTube and has already reached two million views
  • The visuals follow the success of the viral single and dance challenge that has Africa and the rest of the world in a chokehold
  • The song's producers spoke to Briefly News about their reaction to the success of the music video
The 'Tshwala Bam' music video reached two million views in a week
The ‘Tshwala Bam’ music video reached a huge milestone within a week of its premiere. Image: africori
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After Tshwala Bam became a global success with a viral dance challenge attached to it. It was only a matter of time before the music video followed suit. Within a week since it premiered, the Tshwala Bam music video sits on over two million views and counting!

Tshwala Bam music video reaches milestone

It has been a little over a week since the premiere of the Tshwala Bam music video, and fans are blown away by how the visuals have exploded in such a short span of time.

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Following the success of the single, and the dance challenge that preceded it, the Tshwala Bam music video reached over two million views in just a week and currently sits on 2.3M views while trending at number one.

Speaking to Briefly News, a proud Yuppe bragged, saying he knew the music video would become a success:

"I was excited, but I knew this video was going to do numbers because we are talking about a global song here!"

Yuppe told the publication that there's more music on the way:

"Next will be an album from me and TitoM. I can’t wait for y’all to experience the feeling of the Yuppe and TitoM effect."

Speaking on his reaction to the video's success, Tito said the feeling is indescribable:

"I never expected this turnout, but with God, anything is possible. I’m just happy to receive the love."

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Tito told the publication that he has a surprise for his supporters:

"What’s next for me is a huge surprise, and the fans are going to love it!"

Despite the single only dropping after the dance challenge blew up, the song still managed to garner millions of streams and is chilling with just over 14.4M plays on Spotify.

Briefly News reported that the song peaked on major streaming sites including Apple Music and Audiomack.

Mzansi shows love to Tshwala Bam music video

Fans from all around the world are feeling the Tshwala Bam music video and showing love for the viral song:

MarkWandeba said:

"As a Ugandan, I believe South African music has really united the continent."

chemoiyaclark3072 showed love:

"African American here! We appreciate this song as well! Much love."

wanzu1011 was stunned:

"South African music owns Africa; what a masterpiece!"

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South African singer, Mawhoo posted:

"Superstars!"

julietobiorha3067 responded:

"On behalf of Nigerians, we say thank you guys for giving us this masterpiece."

@aubreyguez7333 commented:

"South Africans constantly prove that you do not need to understand the language to enjoy music."

Thembi Seete joins Tshwala Bam challenge

In an earlier report, Briefly News shared online reactions to Thembi Seete joining the viral Tshwala Bam dance challenge.

But alas, despite comments about her beauty, not everyone was feeling the actress' moves and called her to stop.

Source: Briefly News

Authors:
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Moroba Moroeng (Entertainment editor) Moroba Moroeng is an entertainment writer at Briefly News and a University of Johannesburg alumni (Public Relations and Communications, 2018). She was the content manager and, later, editor for HipHop Africa, where she honed her proofreading, leadership, and content management skills. Having begun her career as a content writer for Slikour OnLife, Moroba has over four years of experience as a writer specialising in music journalism and entertainment. She joined Briefly News in 2023 and passed a set of training courses by the Google News Initiative. Email: moroba.moroeng@briefly.co.za

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