Earlier this year, Prince Kaybee made the announcement on his Instagram page with a video and several pictures of himself and the featured artists working together on the potential hit banger in a place that appeared to be the studio.
DJ Shimza and Prince Kaybee had a misunderstanding In 2018 that was unresolved until late last year 2019. Prince Kaybee had accused DJ Shimza of using his song Club Controller on the dancefloor without giving him the necessary credits, Shimza later came out to say that he is no longer willing to work with Prince Kaybee because he had wrongly accused him.
The two got in the studio on the 3rd of January, 2020 to berry the issues between them and Uwrongo was born. Although Prince Kaybee appears to have never worked with the artists on Uwrongo before but he has worked with most of them behind the scenes as DJs and record producers.
The three DJs and music producers Prince Kaybee, Black Motion and DJ Shimza brings on their expertise to deliver what they do best by creating a unique sound while Ami Faku blesses the instrumental with her angelic voice.
Prince Kaybee is arguably the biggest House music producer in South Africa at the moment with songs like Club Controller, Banomoya and many more taking over streets and airwaves last year 2019. It doesn’t look like he is giving us anything short of his 2019 performance this year.
Uwrongo is the first major house music released in South African this year and it is set to give other record producers and singers a run for their money as it has already reached thousands of streams and views just few hours after release.
The song which comes in two versions, the “original” and “edit” version also comes with a video which sees the DJs and music producers Prince Kaybee, Black Motion and Dj Shimza driving across countryside in their vintage luxury cars while Ami Faku stands in the middle of a plantation singing her voice out, the DJs later joined on the plantation flexing their dapper outfits.