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IN SOUTH AFRICA: Prince Kaybee sets the record straight

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Prince Kaybee reacts to the claim that Amapiano is falling off. Twitter users have reacted to the claim as many think the genre is finally dying as foreseen. Reacting to the claim, Kaybee dismissed the claim, explaining why people think it’s falling; he further added that the genre still has 15 years to rock the wave.

“Not falling off, it’s just a high volume distribution, so mass production maintains a consistent quality of output but comes at a cost of lack of flexibility. So it’s def still there, I say 15 more years,” he wrote.

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