Tresor however speaks up about the collaboration via his twitter handle saying “I’ve known @DjMaphorisa for a long time and both been waiting for the right time collaborate…I think we’re ready to go now. His friendship with @Kabza De Small is amazing to watch and their Energy in studio is Epic. Mad inspiring…. A Wave”.
Amapiano (Zulu for "the pianos".) is a style of house music that emerged in South Africa in 2012. Amapiano is a hybrid of deep house, jazzand lounge music characterized by synths, airy pads and wide and percussive basslines. It is distinguished by high pitched piano melodies, Kwaito basslines, low tempo 90s South African house rhythms and percussions from another local subgenre of house known as Bacardi
Origens of Amapiano
Although the genre gained popularity in Gauteng, there's a lot of ambiguity concerning its origins. It originates with various accounts of the musical styles in the Johannesburgtownships - Soweto, Alexandra, Vosloorus and Katlehong. Because of the genre's similarities with Barcadi, some people assert the genre began in the Pretoria area with DJ Mujava which was made popular by Pretoria taxi drivers and has been an on going debate about the origin of Amapiano.
Who’s the actual king of Amapiano??
Kabelo Petrus Motha
Kabelo Petrus Motha (born 27 November 1992), better known by his stage name Kabza De Small, is a South African DJ and record producer. He was born in Mpumalanga and raised in Pretoria. He has been referred to as the king of the Amapiano genre.
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