“Imali Eningi” is one of the biggest songs in South Africa right now, if not the biggest. The song had popped at the top of the charts after Duduzane, the son of former South African president Jacob Zuma, vibed with the song.
Given the success of “Imali Eningi,” some fans think it should be remixed, and others think it shouldn’t because in South African hip hop, remixes very rarely do better than the original tracks.
Rashid Kay, who has a long history of working with Big Zulu, is one of those who thinks “Imali Eningi” is better off as it is – without a remix.
Controversial hip hop personality Nota Baloyi thinks, however, that Rashid Kay’s advice is terrible. He said Rashid Kay has never had a hit and he wouldn’t take anything the songster says seriously.
He encouraged Big Zulu to make the most of the massive inertest in “Imali Eningi” and issue a remix of the song. He describes the song as a lucky break for big Zulu, urging him to milk it for all it’s worth. He said Big Zulu would regret it if he doesn’t make the most of the opportunity.
Do you share Nota’s thoughts on the song?