Written by Sphe J Hadebe
The year 2021 is proving to be a very good for rapper and TV host Jub Jub.
With Jub Jub acquiring great TV gigs to him doing well on music, it's proven that whatever he sets his mind on is indeed a success.
Last year November, he released a mix of his song, Ndikhokhele, which featured various artists including Rebecca Malope, Nathi Mankayi, Judith Sephuma, Bishop Benjamin Dube, Mlindo the vocalists and others.
This song was very loved by many in South Africa especially the combination of artists who does different genres.
Jub Jub took to social media a few days ago to celebrate Ndikhokhele Remix's massive milestone. The hit has been certified gold after it exceeded over 2 million streams.
Now,Jub Jub has shared that his song, Ndikhokhele remix has reached gold. This song was certified gold after it has reached 2 million streams.
The TV presenter took to Instagram to thank his fans for supporting him. The rapper wrote: "Forever grateful."
His fans took to comment sections and congratulated him for reaching a milestone.
Whenever the song plays, people dance and sing along it. It is no surprise that now it has been streamed over 2 million.
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