US Rapper Fat Joe Jams to Amapiano Track, Mzansi's Here for It: 'Yanos to the World'

US Rapper Fat Joe Jams to Amapiano Track, Mzansi's Here for It: 'Yanos to the World'

  • International rap headliner Fat Joe caused massive waves on Mzansi's social media streets
  • The Lean Back hitmaker recently recorded a video of himself jamming to 66 by Felo Le Tee & Myztro
  • Taking in the scenes, amused local Twitter users flooded the timeline to react to the viral video

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The Amapiano wave is reaching unprecedented global heights if a recent video of American rapper Fat Joe jamming to the genre is anything to go by.

The US hip hop artist recorded a video of himself jamming to 66, an audio track by Felo Le Tee & Myztro while sitting in his modestly bedecked New York living room.

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Fat Joe has SA impressed with his offering. Image: Axelle, Bauer-Griffin/ FilmMagic, Paras Griffin/ Getty Images
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A 29-second clip of the veteran artist doing his thing was shared by a local Twitter user with the handle @ThabangTweezus.

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The caption read:

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"Amapiano to the world. Fat Joe jamming to 66."

Fat Joe can be seen wriggling from to side while bobbing his head to the tune of the drums and bass.

A poster with various fellow US rappers, including himself, adorns the wall behind him, with several soft drinks and alcoholic beverages laid out on a table below it.

"You all know 'bout that sh*t right there ... wooo!" Fat Joe excitedly beams out seven seconds into the clip before pausing momentarily and then enjoying the rest of the proudly South African tune.

The video was viewed around 194 000 times at the time of publication while attracting almost 10 500 likes and 3 000 retweets.

Amused Mzansi social networking users had plenty of reactions to the viral video, notably enjoying everything the rapper had to offer.

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Sights and sounds amuse Saffas

Briefly News cruised down Twitter street, picking up on all the interesting reactions Saffas had to the post.

@Wendisa2 wrote:

"Somebody forward the 66 dance video to him... I'd like to see him 66."

@Sbuttarius_ said:

"That's not a zekhethe, that's def a zekhethelo."

@Bokang_Phele added:

"Now I know why they want to teach Zulu in their varsities."

SA gushes as DBN Gogo billboard goes up in New York

In other news making international headlines, Briefly News previously reported that Amapiano DJ and producer DBN Gogo celebrated one of the biggest wins of her life after making it onto the Times Square billboard in New York.

Following a European tour in Amsterdam, the hot DJ continued on the upward trend, this time by taking over the Big Apple.

She recently took to her @GBNGOGO Twitter account to share the major move with her close on 167 000 followers, who were every bit as excited to get the fresh scoop.

"Banna, I’m on a billboard in Times Square," she tweeted.

Source: Briefly News

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