Kabza de Small has been making waves in the music industry for some time now, and his latest album, “I Am the King of Amapiano: Sweet & Dust”, has only solidified his place as one of the premier producers in South Africa. His unique take on the amapiano genre has been embraced by both the public and the industry, leading to his meteoric rise since his first release in 2017. This article will explore the rise of Kabza de Small and the impact of Sweet & Dust on the music scene.
The Rise of Kabza de Small
Kabza de Small, born Kabelo Motha, is a South African music producer and DJ who has risen to fame in the last few years. He began his career in 2017 with the release of his debut album “The Return of the Scorpion King”, which showcased his unique style of amapiano, a genre of music that combines house, jazz, and hip-hop influences. The album was met with critical acclaim and propelled Kabza de Small to the forefront of the South African music scene.
Since then, Kabza de Small has released several more albums and singles, each showcasing his signature sound and further solidifying his place as one of the top producers in South Africa. His music has become increasingly popular and has been featured on television shows, radio stations, and streaming services around the world.
Sweet and Dust: The King of Amapiano
Kabza de Small’s latest album, “I Am the King of Amapiano: Sweet & Dust”, further cements his place as the king of amapiano. The album features a unique blend of jazz, house, and hip-hop influences, with a focus on the amapiano sound. The album features guest appearances from some of the top names in South African music, including Zano, Mfr Souls, and DJ Maphorisa.
The album has been met with critical acclaim from both fans and critics alike. It has been praised for its unique sound and for its ability to blend the old and the new. It has also been praised for its use of samples, which add an extra layer of complexity to the music.
The album has been a commercial success as well, debuting at the top of the South African charts and staying there for weeks. It has also been streamed millions of times, further proving its popularity.
Kabza de Small has established himself as one of the