DJ Maphorisa garnered lots of attention on Wednesday after seeking how to book Emtee. Emtee, whose real name is Mthembeni Ndevu is an independent artist after departing from Ambitiouz Entertainment, however, he left the label to start his own record label which is named after him.
The rapper has always announced his booking details but it came as a surprise to some Twitter users after DJ Maphorisa asked how to book the rap star.
“How do we book Emtee pls help,” he wrote.
People flooded the tweet with answers and suggestions on how to book Emtee.
The email is there in his bio like all other artists pic.twitter.com/nySwKSdLdH
— (@umalambane_zn) July 12, 2023
Listen South Africa, Phori and Emtee are about to cook… pic.twitter.com/62n7o8e8HC
— Trusted Matimu Ndima ✍️ (@MatimuTrusted) July 12, 2023
I know we all love independence and freedom but honestly speaking Emtee is not that guy, he needs a record label to support him with things like these, music industry is not only the studio…a label could take care of things like these and hes never ending PR problems
— MassCountry (@elvee_T) July 12, 2023
lol the streets always wanna see emtee win. man is really talented, protect him at all costs
— Sabelo Cele (@Sabelo_cele09) July 12, 2023
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