Durban kwaito band Big NUZ is in the studio preparing new music for this year's release.
Danger has revealed that they are composing new music after complaints from their fans.Over the years there have been reports that Big Nuz is coming back but it did not happen. It is said that this was due to Mampintsha's business and solo career and the work of his artist Babes Wodumo.
Mampintsha recently posted a video on his Instagram page in the studio and Tira wrote that there was some music they were doing that was posted on Big Nuz.
Danger said people will hear the Big Nuz they are familiar with even though there will be a few songs with a new rhythm.
DJ Tira has confirmed that the group is back. He told publications that they are on the scene by popular demand. Danger said the group was started as brothers and they were not going to give up on it.
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