Watch! Cassper Reacts To Fat Joe Jamming To A Popular Amapiano Hit ’66’

Watch! Cassper Reacts To Fat Joe Jamming To A Popular Amapiano Hit ’66’. With amapiano being the biggest and hottest genre in South Africa right now, most artists have been jumping from their renowned genre to what almost everyone is talking about. Even media personalities have shown support of the genre, and have admitted to enjoying the sound.

Tsholofelo known as Felo Le Tee is the musical genius of the land echoes out hard work. Born and raised in Siyabuswa, Mpumalanga, South Africa, Felo Le Tee embarked on his musical career at the age of 14 starting out with a collection of cassettes playing on both sides with the other on cue.  Today, he has some of the biggest hit singles, one of them being ’66’ which was released recently and even caught the attention of the likes of Fat Joe. Both Cassper and Felo took to social media to share their reaction to Fat Joe vibing to amapiano. Check these out:

Felo Le Tee recently took to social media to reveal and name 3 amapiano artists that helped him and his career. He said DBN gogo introduced him to amapiano, while Vyno took him to DJ Maphorisa, and Phori polished him into being the brand he is today. “Dbn Gogo birthed Felo Le Tee into amapiano, and told him to fly high to sky! Vyno took Felo to Phori. Maphorisa took Felo, polished him, cleaned him up patiently and made him a full on brand. They did what many avoided doing. I love those 3,” he wrote.

Felo Le Tee on the other hand taught himself most of the things that related to music production and disc jockey to a point that he got discovered by a lot of people and became the peoples favourite. He wanted to elevate his career so he made it open himself to further his studies and move to Pretoria, South Africa where he studied and completed her studies on Sound Technology in Damelin. It was more about the music than the technical side for him so after he completed his studies he continued his music production and released a young demo entitled “Home Land” which got the attention of artists he admired to work with.

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