It’s been five years since Mzansi rapper and RapLyf boss Kwesta released his “DaKAR II” album, five years of astounding reports. The album has done so well that it is today called the most successful South African hip hop album ever.
The album featured several hit tracks, including “Ngiyaz’fela Ngawe,” a collaborative work with Thabsie, “Mayibabo,” a collaborative work with the Scorpion King DJ Maphorisa, DJ Buckz, and OkMalumkoolka, and “Ngud’, “which features Cassper Nyovest.
“Ngiyaz’fela Ngawe” has been certified 119 times platinum, and “Ngud'” has been certified 58 times platinum.
By the way, 5 Years of Kwesta’s DaKAR II will capture moments in which Kwesta spoke about his life, love, and legacy. The songster is keen to leave a balanced legacy, according to him – personal and professional.
The personal is whatever his daughter interprets his music to be. It is the legacy that interests him the most, he says.