Jub Returns To The Studio After Uyajola 9/9 Success. It's anything but some time since the world heard new music from Jub. He has been slinking South Africa's roads with Moja Love on Uyajola 9/9 helping individuals who speculate their accomplices have been faithless to them. It seems as though he is prepared to jump onto the music and convey some quality music.
The world last heard from Jub when he delivered a revamp of his 2006 track Ndikhokhele highlighting some of South Africa's greatest voices. The track included any semblance of Nathi, Rebecca Malope, Benjamin Dube, Judith Sephuma, Blaq Diamond and a couple of others. He reported that returns from the redo would go to the groups of casualties of his 2010 mishap.
He as of late took to Instagram to share some photographs of him behind an account receiver, preparing to convey a track or tracks… One can never be excessively certain. The initial not many photographs he posted on Twitter were subtitled, "This that fire you need huh?"
In his presents driving up on the posts of him in the studio he got some information about what sort of tune to make likewise referencing that he feels it's the ideal opportunity for him to wed killing the music game.
Jub is yet to declare a delivery date for his new music. Fanatics of the rapper and TV have last heard a completely assortment of work from Jub in 2009 per year before his mishap in 2010. Jub's collection Fresh Air had 11 tracks and included Kelly Khumalo and R.J Benjamin.
He delivered was additionally included on Dr Malinga's single Uyajola 99 which was delivered in 2019. The two additionally recorded the music video for the track.
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