Amapiano producer Kabza De Small took to Instagram to post his Time Square Billboard feature in New York City. Kabza is currently the cover artist of Spotify magazine month. Spotify is a Swedish music streaming site with branches across the world. Being on the Time Square billboard was just one of the many perks.
The caption of the photo
In the photo’s caption, Kabza thanked his ancestors for listening to his prayers. His fans went ballistic in the comment section. So many music listers love Kabza in Mzansi, and they were ecstatic. As we know, the amapiano artist gives them homage with every success.
Celebrities in Mzansi also didn’t miss the opportunity to congratulate Kabza. Globe trotter Nomcebo Zikode told the Koko hitmaker that Mzansi is proud of him. Some celebrities who congratulated him are Dj Maphorisa, Cassper Nyovest, Major League Djz, Big Zulu and more.
KOA II part 1 album
Two days ago, Kabza released his latest album titled KOA II part 1. So far, there isn’t a single negative on the review. Most people say they keep replaying his music from the album. His listeners say his album is lit and spiritual simultaneously. One of the songs that have mostly raved about is Ubumnandi with Nia Pearl.
On the album, he also featured the artists Musa Keys and Ami Faku; what his listeners keep talking about is his log drumming and the perfection of his percussions.
Kabza’s cover of the album is very intriguing. Black and red are the colours in contrast to the image. A man is wearing a beaded fringe hairstyle closing his eyes. Since the album is part 1, fans are curious if part 2 will come out this year.
In his Spotify interview, Kabza opened up about his musical journey. He also shed light on the creative process for the album. According to the king of amapiano, his most challenging task was choosing between 81 songs he created. Kabza also shared his recipe for success. He says he works every day around the clock.
Watch Kabza De Small in Spain below:
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