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Heavy K Emotional As He Will Be Dropping His Final Album

Heavy K whose real name is Mkhululi Siqula will be retiring from the South African music industry this year. The musician will be dropping a final album which he has been working on over the past months. Taking to Instagram, the producer says it’s a mixed feeling for him, working on his last project titled, Respect The Drumboss.

Heavy K

“I’m emotional & happy, proud at the same time, thinking about where I come from with you guys! Seems like it was yesterday when I dropped my first album “Respect The Drumboss 2013” so this year I’m dropping the very last “Respect The Drumboss Album” which is RTD2023 It’s been such a pleasure being with you guys on this RTD journey! But it’s time for new beginnings & heights for the brand “HEAVY-K” he wrote.

Fans flooded the post with emotional comments.

Heavy K

“This is definitely bittersweet. You’ve played such a big role in many’s lives since their young ages (me very much included). I could never forget your era from 2013 going forward. Thank you so much for giving us ‘Heavy K – The Drumboss’ ❤️ Waiting patiently for RTD2023. May you flourish and go higher in your future endeavors,” a fan wrote.

Source – Fakazanews

In Other News – Zahara’s Mgodi Album Surpass 19 Million Streams

Zahara whose real name is Bulelwa Mkutukana, has reached a milestone with her albums, Mgodi and Nqaba Yam. The singer gets congratulated by the music company she’s signed to, Warner Music Africa. The two projects are close to hitting 20 million streams, across various platforms.


“We’re celebrating the astounding success of @zaharasa’s two albums, ‘Mgodi’ and ‘Nqaba Yam’, since joining the Warner Music Africa family. Congratulations, Zahara!” Learn more

More News – Former Miss SA Ntando Kunene graduates at Wits

Former Miss South Africa Ntandoyenkosi Kunene graduated with an MBA degree from the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.

Ntando Kunene

Ntando shared photos from the graduation celebration and captioned them with a quote by Dr. Angela Lee Duckworth. Learn more

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