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Opinion| Amapiano Artists That Are Involved In A 'Bromance'

Date: 02/10/2021

Amapiano is a hybrid of deep house, jazz, and lounge music characterized by synths and airy pads, and wide percussive. It is a music genre that has been positively received and it seems it is here to stay.

Amapiano is giving us endless good vibes because artists have come up to work together to release hits day by day. It is the only music genre that has brought unity within artists. In this article, you will learn about duos and trios that are inseparable as far as Amapiano is concerned.

Here are Amapiano artists involved in a 'Bromance':

1. Kabza De Small and Dj Maphorisa

Source: Instagram

Kabza De small and Maphorisa first collaborated in 2019 and produced the 'Scorpion king' album which was a hit. After the success of Scorpion King, the duo decided to stay together to produce more hit songs and albums. They currently featured Ami Faku on Abelele and Asibe happy songs that are currently the most streamed and have more than 1 million views.

2. Busta 929 and Mr. Jazziq

Source: Instagram

Even though Busta 929 and Mr. Jazziq have parted ways. This duo still worked together on quite a few songs that people appreciate and Mr. Jazziq has admitted that he works well with Busta 929.

3. Reece Madlisa and Zuma

Source: Facebook

Reece Madlisa and Zuma is a musical duo that rose to fame after they emerged into the Amapiano genre. Their uniqueness in the music industry is that they use 'Tsotsi taal' in their lyrics. These two are inseparable and they were featured on 'Umsebenzi wethu' nationwide which is still a hit song.

All the mentioned duos are top Amapiano hitmakers and they can not do without each other. The Amapiano is the currently most celebrated music genre because of the diversity it brings among young artists.

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