Great! Former US President praises Prince Kaybee

Great! Former US President praises Prince Kaybee

Prince Kaybee’s hit single Uwrongo has once again proven just how big of a hit it is after achieving yet another major accolade. Former President of the United States Of America Barack Obama added the song on his list of favourite music of 2020.

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Uwrongo boasts a stellar list of collaborators including Shimza, Black Motion and topped off with the soothing vocals of Ami Faku. Together they created a masterpiece and the world has noticed.

Announcing his list of favourite songs to come out this year, Obama said “Here are some of my favorite songs of the year. As usual, I had some valuable consultation from our family music guru, Sasha, to put this together. I hope you find a new song or two to listen to.”

An ecstatic Prince went berserk after finding out that he got featured in the list, saying this achievement made his year, “Just got off stage in Zambia and found out that @BarackObama listens to #Uwrongo . First of all shout out to the team @Ami_Faku, @Shimza01 and @RealBlackMotion. This just made my year.”

To many people’s surprise, DJ Euphonik also applauded Prince kaybee for this major win. If you may recall, Prince Kaybee got into a twar with Black Coffee after Prince Kaybee commented on a post which dragged his good friend DJ Euphonik. Prince and Euphonik had their fair share of a heated debate after Prince Kaybee said DJs must stop doing live sets for free. The ‘debate’ ended up being a fruitful exchange, which could help up and coming DJ’s.

But all is good between the three of them as Euphonik gave a young shout out to Prince Kaybee:

His bae Zola Zeelovin seems to be his biggest cheerleader as she congratulated Prince on his achievement.

“When you shed a tear on our call last night, I then knew you all the way Innnnn, you are special and for the rest of your days I just want you to be happy,” wrote Prince.

Uwrongo also landed Prince Kaybee on Time Magazine’s top 10 best songs of 2020! The song sits comfortably at number nine and is the only song from not only South Africa, but Africa as a whole. This makes Prince Kaybee the first African artist to be featured on the list. Now that’s history!

The song has topped the South African charts, and reached the number one spot at some point. The music video currently has over 3 million views on YouTube and over 30K likes. According to Music In Africa, the song also reached big Gold status just two months after it’s release in January 30.

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