It seems like the comeback of Zakes Bantwini was preordained to the sucessfull. This is reflected by his latest single that became an instant hit ever since it was aired for the first time at Kunye music festival. What makes this story a lot more interesting is that it's marked as the first song ever since RadioMonitor was established to occupy the number one spot for 10 consecutive weeks.
The British music company made this confirmation that its not only making waves inside the country but also at an international scale. On the song Zakes Bantwini featured the popular afro dance music producer and Dj - Kasango. It's a pair made in heaven, considering the traction that the song gained in just a couple of days before its official release.
Due to how popular it got, Zakes was forced to push the release of the song forward in order to take advantage of the hype before it dies down. You can refer to the latest Radio Monitor document below to see the top 20 popular songs that are in high rotation currently.
Image: Radio Monitor
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