Ever since he dropped his song 'Imali Eningi' which features Ricky Rick and Ntaba YaseDubai, Zulu has never disappointed but keep dropping hits after hits. Big Zulu has recently dropped an album titled 'Ichwane LeNyoka' and it has received a warm welcome from alot of people.
This album is a great work of art as Inkabi continued showcasing his unique sound and style of music. Every song in this project seems to be passing a certain message, the lyrics are simple and clean. This album is still doing good as it has been topping the charts and also getting millions of views on YouTube.
Big Zulu has been visiting different areas meeting fans , taking pictures and also signing CD copies. He shared some of the moments on his social media accounts. Fans noticed something on these videos and pictures posted by Zulu, and this caught their attention. Big Zulu was seen accompanied by a young boy who is dressed in a similar way as his. This young man is wearing Brentwood pants and a Carvela. As soon as people noticed this, they started calling the boy Small Zulu.
Take a look at the pictures below and tell us what you think on the comments section.
Sources: @bigzulu on Facebook
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