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Yanga Chief On uTatakho Winning ‘Song Of The Year’ Award & How He Almost Quit Making Music

Yanga Chief On uTatakho Winning ‘Song Of The Year’ Award & How He Almost Quit Making Music. Making music is what one may call something of the brave hearted as it consumes more than just time but mental energy as well.

Artists often reach a point of being tempted to quit, luckily they have fans to inspire them to go on.

Yanga Chief is also someone who almost gave up on music. Last year he released just one song, uTatakho after months of contemplation and fan’s requests. The single became more than just a hit but an anthem for most hip hop enthusiasts.

The highlight to how dope uTatakho is and how successful it became, was the win at the South African Hip Hop Awards as Song Of The Year. He expressed a great thank you to his supporters and team.

“Last year I quit making music completely. My supporters refused to give up on me and so I decided to make one last smash, uTatakho,” he tweeted. “You guys took this song to the top and you took me with it. This is for us, this for King Dalindyebo. Queenstown we got 1! 🏆#SAHHASONGOFTHEYEAR.”

Aphelele Peyana

Aphelele Peyana is a seasoned journalist at SA Hip Hop Mag. You can contact her on sahiphopmag@nine80.com

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