- DJ Busta 929 has made sure to set the weekend mood for Mzansi after a long week of loadshedding by releasing his new EP
- Busta's EP Umsebenzi Wethu vol. 2 has notes of remembrance of his close fried Mpura who passed away in a car accident in August
- Upon listening to the much-anticipated project, fans quickly realised the EP was in many ways an ode to Amapiano legend Mpura
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DJ Busta 929 has swooped in just in time to lift Mzansi up after a week-long electricity battle. Busta has started the weekend off just right with the release of his latest EP. The music featured has made many listeners think of his best friend Mpura.
DJ Busta has Mzansi singing along to his EP with Mpura in mind. TimesLIVE reports that the two Amapiano stars built a strong friendship through creating absolute bangers together. The two were practically joined to the hip and Busta was completely shattered when Mpura tragically passed away.
Fans across Mzansi were absolutely excited to hear what Busta had cooked up for them this time around. After hearing the amount of passion put into this project, many couldn't shake the feeling that the DJ put the project together with Mpura in mind.
Peeps took to Twitter to share their opinions and thoughts on Busta 929's latest work.
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Mzansi wishes late Mpura a happy heavenly birthday: "26 balloons to the sky"
Briefly News reported Mzansi peeps have taken to social media to wish late Amapiano star, Mpura, a happy heavenly birthday. The artist would have turned 26 this Wednesday, 22 September.
The Umsebenzi Wethu hitmaker passed away a few months back in a tragic accident that also claimed the life of another yanos star, Killer Kau. Amapiano fans and other artists have shared that they miss their fave following his untimely death.
Taking to Instagram, his friend and industry peer, Lady Du also wished him a heavenly birthday. Lady Du shared a snap of the late star in a recording studio and captioned it:
" 'Du ncela ung culele' (Du, please sing for me). Ay Mpura, Happy heavenly birthday my friend. I love and miss you."
Source: Briefly News