Kabza De Small is the stage name of Kabelo Petrus Motha, a South African DJ and record producer. He grew up in Pretoria and was born in Mpumalanga. He's been dubbed the "King of the Amapiano" by some. Motha has worked with DJ Maphorisa on a number of occasions.
While other Amapiano DJs are traveling abroad to perform at gigs, Kabza De Small is seen at home doing what he does best.
September 2021 will be a memorable month for the Amapiano genre, when hot piano musicians and singers perform in London, Dubai, Ghana, and a few other major countries, bringing the genre the respect it deserves.
However, it's surprising that the most streamed musician of all genres and the King of Amapiano didn't perform outside of South Africa. While this is sad, we believe Kabza's inability to speak in English has prevented him from pursuing overseas opportunities.
Because he can't communicate in English, the music producer isn't always on screens or in interviews. As a result, he can't perform at an international level. However, several Facebook users noted that there are other reasons why the DJ does not travel internationally for gigs.
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