Zululand Observer - Weekender

Bay artist’s music release well received

- Conelia Harry

SINCE releasing his extended play recording (EP) Dreamz in June, Richards Bay kwaito artist Nkosi Ndlovu’s tracks have achieved more than 5 000 downloads.

Currently trending is his hit song Jaiva, and this weekend Nkosi, aka Kaycee, will give fans a feast of music entertainm­ent at his launch party tomorrow (Friday) night at Neighbourh­ood Shisanyama at the Tuzi Gazi Waterfront.

The 30-year-old hip-hop rapper has called on Zululander­s to show their support, promote his EP and encourage others to download it as 10% of all sales will be going to charity.

‘I am so grateful for the support we received so far and we would like to make a difference in our community and put smiles on the faces of the less fortunate.

‘I am currently in talks with other well known artists in the music industry and will be collaborat­ing on a single, and then work on my first studio album.’

Having worked on this project with artists Flex Rabanyan, Vinesa Naidoo, Saint, Owen Dunn and Zamar, and having it produced and mixed by @Dirty Ki who is also a featured artist on the recording, Kaycee is excited to finally roll out his new release.

The part-time musician and fulltime operator at a local corporate said the EP has seven songs, which are all about dreams and hopes, life changing experience­s and giving hope to people struggling in life.

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