Kabza De Small On The Cover Of The World’s Biggest Dance Music Playlist
Kabza De Small On The Cover Of The World’s Biggest Dance Music Playlist. The amazing Amapiano tunes have recently taken over the South African music industry, with people always dancing to them. The Amapiano hits are your plug for any day, whether you’re in the club, at a party, or at home. Kabza De Small, dubbed the ‘Amapiano King,’ is one of the country’s popular deejays of the genre. To date, he’s released a slew of smash tunes that keep fans on the dance floor till the wee hours of the morning.
Together with the inclusion of Kabza De Small on the Times Square billboard, Spotify is promoting the AmaPiano Grooves playlist to celebrate the genre alongside other African cultural movements making a mark internationally, in an effort to ensure that international listeners are informed about culturally significant music.
In addition, Kabza is also the cover artist for Spotify’s global mint playlist, which features some of the biggest global dance hits and enjoys a following of almost 6 million user. This is not only be a boon for Kabza De Small’s career but is also helped shift perception worldwide about where dance and electronic music thrives and is most creative.
‘Amapiano King’ Kabza De Small is lighting up New York Times Square!The Asibe Happy hitmaker, real name Kabelo Motha, was honoured with this billboard by music streaming platform, Spotify.Taking to his social media channels, the Amapiano hitmaker, who recently released a new album, _KOA II (King Of Amapiano) _shared the image, captioning it, Billboard Boyz.
The feature coincides with the release of the producer’s 18-track album KOA II Part 1 featuring such artists as DJ Maphorisa, Ami Faku, Lady Du, Yung Stunna and Nobuhle, among others.“Amapiano is for the youth,” Kabza De Small told Spotify. “Amapiano is not something that was involved with a lot of things. Like now, this is when they are starting to brand amapiano. Amapiano developed on its own, do you understand? You must know, like labels and stuff, we started this thing from scratch. There wasn’t too much sampling and stuff, those things are only starting now. It’s something that was innovated.”