Listen! Big Zulu Gives Fans A Taste Of His First Single For 2021

Listen! Big Zulu Gives Fans A Taste Of His First Single For 2021. Big Zulu has always been praised for his authentic sound and inspirational lyrics. Fans can’t wait to hear what Big Zulu has in store for fans in 2021 after the success of his hit single Mali Eningi.

Big Zulu Celebrates Momentous Achievement For Sophomore Album

Big Zulu recently took to twitter to share a snippet of his new single Inhlupheko featuring singer, songwriter Mduduzi Ncube. The song is set to be released on the 12th of March 2021.

Big Zulu captioned the snippet, “Mzukulu letha amanzi ukuthenga Coldrink ngyafisa Dropping tomorrow inhlupheko“.

Check it out here:

Earlier in 2021, Big Zulu shared an image of him in the studio with his production team hinting that an album is on the way!

Big Zulu is no stranger to success. He recently celebrated his sophomore album Ungqongqoshe Wongqongqoshe achieving Gold status. The album featured the likes of Cassper Nyovest, Kid X, AB Crazy and Ntsiki Mazwai.

It is only telling who Big Zulu will feature on his album and what he will do with his new album.

Big Zulu’s single Mali Eningi featuring Intaba Yase Dubai and Riky Rick went viral and reached different corners of the globe. The song quickly turned into a challenge where ordinary South Africans would record themselves walking to the track with their head held high.

The music video for the track achieved 2 million views in only 2 weeks.

Nota Baloyi announced that Mali Eningi quickly caught up to Kwesta’s hit Ngud’ after spending six weeks at number one on the South African Radio Charts.

In December 2020, Big Zulu announced that Mali Eningi was the biggest song in South Africa at that moment.

2021 promises to be a hot and successful year for Big Zulu! Stay tuned for the release of his new single Inhlupheko.

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