There is no denying the impact that Amapiano have had in the Mzansi music scene, with the fast pace that The Scorpion Kings are able to produce an album, it is no wonder the Yano’s have been dominating during the National lockdown.
So it isn’t surprising that international artists are also appreciating the music genre, the famous African-American rapper, Ludacris who holds Gabonese citizenship and has been known to enjoy South African music.
Dankie @Ludacris Amapiano is moving
— Madumane (@DjMaphorisa) September 12, 2020
A few months ago, Ludacris posted a story where he and his kids where jamming to Prince KayBee’s Gugulethu featuring Indlovukazi, Supta and Afro Brotherz. The recognition definitely made Prince Kaybee’s day.
A few weeks ago Nasty C’s shared on his Instagram account, the famous African-American rapper and actor playing his much-loved song Black & White, featuring Ari Lennox. Nasty C even went as far as advising Ludacris to stream his full 20-track album.
In a recent Tweet, DJ Maphorisa thanks Ludacris for sharing his music and also goes on to tag Kabza De Small, Mas Musiq & Riky Rick, who are also featured on the piano hit “Mthande”. Ludacris is clearly enjoying the music while smoking on a cigar inside a jacuzzi.
MTHANDE🔥🔥🔥🔥 we need to drop the video for this one bro👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 https://t.co/ji9Jy6vcyI
— MR MAKHADO™️ (@rikyrickworld) September 12, 2020
Immediately afterwards, Riky Rick retweets the video and suggests that they need to produce a video for the hit song. Much to the excitement of their fans, some of which even suggested that Ludacris should get a verse on the track.
In other news – Kelly Khumalo’s n@ked photo revealing her back side leaves Fans sweating
Mzansi singer Kelly Khumalo has left the internet sweating after sharing a photo of a n@ked woman on her social media platform. Her fans and friends on Instagram were left amazed by such an art and couldn’t help but just admire the beauty.
In an Instagram post, Kelly put up a picture of a n@ked Black woman showing her back and a picture of Black oil seemingly symbolic of something. Learn More