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Ambitiouz Entertainment On Whether They Would Sign Big Xhosa

Ambitiouz Entertainment On Whether If They Would Sign Big Xhosa. Ambitiouz Entertainment is one of South Africa’s biggest record labels. The label has produced such as Multi platinum selling duo Blaq Diamond, Miss Pru DJ, Kid Tini, and IntabaYase Dubai and always manage to scout the best possible talent for their label.

A tweep tweeted at the record label under one of their tweets asking them to sign young rapper Big Xhosa and attached an image from his music video for NINYILE. Ambitiouz had a very straight forward answer for the tweep were certainly unapologetic about their answer.

They answered the tweep writing, “Ambitiouz is not Takalani please respect us.

Big Xhosa grabbed the attention of SA Hip Hop lovers when he released his diss track to all of SA Hip Hop titled Ninyile. In the track he dissed the likes of Big Zulu, A-Reece, Stogie T, and Kwesta. The only rapper he left out of the diss was AKA and Big Xhosa highlighted that it was because of what the rapper was going through with the passing of his fiancée Nellie Tembe. He also mentioned that AKA made him want to rap and encourage him to pursue music.

SA rappers did not necessarily respond to what Big Xhosa said but Cassper responded saying that he should get his clout up!

The rapper recently got into a twar with Emtee saying that he heard what Emtee said about him saying that Big Xhosa was mentally disturbed. He said he wanted to tell the rapper something disrespectful back then said his music has gotten him through some tough times. Emtee simply responded saying “We gonna meet meet njegamandoda“.

Big Xhosa recently released his latest single AMASENDE that has already accumulated over 160k views. The young rapper is quickly cementing his spot in the SA Hip Hop scene.

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