The Late Bob Mabena was a veteran radio and entertainment legend. He was regarded as one of the best presenters and musiciam of out time, however he sadly passed back in August 2020. He reportedly passed away as a result of a cardiac arrest. The entertainment industry was shattered by the loss of this legend and teacher.
He gave South Africans hits such as 'Get Funky' and 'Drip Drip Juluka' collaborating with the likes of Doctor Khumalo, DJ Maphorisa, Kabza De Small and more. He also held posts at radio stations like Kaya FM and Power FM for decades. It seems like his name is to remain relevant after DJ Jawz announced the release of the official music video to his track featuring Bob Mabena, Reecce Madlisa, Zuma and Busta 929 titled 'Ringo'.
It is sad that Bob Mabena couldn't be around to witness the success of this banger. It has been slowly climbing up the charts win since dropping at the beginning of February. This song is a true reflection of his legacy as it features the newest and hottest kids on the block and jumps on the Amapiano wagon. DJ Jawz worked with Bob Mabena a lot and it seems like this collaboration was brewing behind the scenes before his untimely passing.
The song is definitely a hit considering the fa t that is has the biggest trio in the game at the moment. Reece Madlisa, Zuma and Busta 929 have had a good year and are continuing where they left. 'Umsebenzi Wethu' has been tearing dance floors all around the country and it seems like this one is going to continue on the same route. The video released on Thursday evening and many fans are loving it.
Bob Mabena left behind a solid legacy and the fact that he is still featuring on newly released projects proves that he was a workaholic and made a number of moves behind the scenes. He will be remembered by many as a pioneer and a staple of consistency after lasting decades in the entertainment industry.
Amapiano borrows a lot from the native Kwaito sound and it only made sense for the veterans like DJ Jawz and Bob Mabena to jump in and bring their own take while also putting on the new kids on the block. This collaboration exhibits an organic and seamless sound that is a true reflection of South Africa.
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