Khuli Chana Details His On-Screen Plans For The Rest Of 2021

Khuli Chana Details His On-Screen Plans For The Rest Of 2021. Khuli Chana has always had some plan up his sleeve to be one of the most well rounded rappers in SA Hip Hop. Apart from the music, Khuli has been successful in a lot of spheres in his career and he plans to add more to his list of achievements.

Khuli Chana Teases Upcoming Music With Tyler ICU And Stino Le Thwenny

The Havenots rapper recently featured on a YLive Instagram interview with YFM Radio DJ Mdu Tha Party to speak about his recently released single Buyile and his upcoming amapiano inspired album KhuliYano amongst other things. The rapper also got into speaks about his upcoming on-screen plans for 2021. The award winning rapper plans to showcase more of the North West and Motswako rap on television through documentary. He has also renewed his documentary series The Originators for a second season and has a four part series coming up.

Check this out! There’s a Maftown Heights doccie coming soon. There’s the Originators second season coming soon on Trace Africa, Trace Urban, Originators by Khuli Chana. There’s a four part series doccie, that’s Motswako Originator, Lost in Time, Once Source, Planet of the Have Nots coming soon. It’s gonna be a busy year man.” He explained.

The rapper has already has an amazing 2021 with the release of his single Buyile featuring Bloemfontein duo Stino Le Thwenny, Tyler ICU and Lady Du. He also featured on Stino Le Thwenny’s Mshimane 2.0. Khuli also recently announced his partnership with Universal Music Group South Africa for his independent record label My Throne. The rapper secured Maglera Doe Boy and his wife DJ Lamiez Holworthy as artists under the label.

The rapper also hinted that the visuals for Buyile are coming soon. 2021 already looks like it’s going to be an exciting and work filled year for Khuli Chana! Stay tuned to his social media pages to see when he’ll be dropping next.

Check out the full interview here:

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