JazziQ Responds To A Critic Calling Amapiano Trash

JazziQ Responds To A Critic Calling Amapiano Trash. Alexandra-born Mr JazziQ who first emerged as one-half of JazziDisciples, has helped shape and establish amapiano to be a thriving industry. The South African DJ and producer solely released a number of hit songs that played an important role in Amapiano’s rapid journey from the township into the heart of the mainstream. And now, in 2021, Tumelo Manyoni has his eyes on a bigger prize: using his homegrown success to take over the global music scene.

JazziQ is known for being super active on social media, and he has come for an amapiano hater who dissed the sound. A critic took to social media calling amapiano trash and claiming not to understand the hype around amapiano. However, the likes of JazziQ did not let it slide as he replied to the hater, “Ubuwa lerete saan! (You’re talking d*ck boy).”

This comes after a Kenyan-based yanos fan posted a video of a group of Kenyans participating in the ‘Dakiwe Challenge’. See tweet:

The groundbreaking amapiano has permeated through Kenyan borders and shot right into the heart of Nairobi culture. Today, Kenya has evolved to a point where there are a plethora of cultures, and there is hardly a culture with a monopolised dominance. While amapiano is said to have originally sprung out in 2012, it was not until 2020 that it blew up the continent over with reported exponential increases in streams, downloads and overall consumption. As is characteristic of the Kenyan music scene, the reception to the genre has been utterly profound, with urban radio stations, recreational joints according Amapiano hits massive airplay.

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