Samthing Soweto refused to work with Jub Jub

Samthing Soweto refused to work with Jub Jub

Samthing Soweto refused to work with Jub Jub

Jub Jub released his highly anticipated Ndikhokhele Remix three days ago and released the official music video the next day. The video and official audio has received tens of thousands of views on YouTube and the rave reviews keep coming in.

Samthing Soweto refused to work with Jub Jub
Fans are left mesmerized by the breathtaking vocals from the musicians featured on the song as well as Jub Jub’s rap skills. Featured on the song is afro-soul singer Nathi, gospel heavyweights Rebecca Malope, Lebo Sekgobela, Benjamin Dube, musician Mlindo The Vocalist, Tkinzy, Judith Sephuma and the new kids on the block Blaq Diamond.

After hearing the song some of his fans felt that it would have been on another level if Samthing Soweto was in it. Some even asked Jub Jub about it. Jub Jub wanting to be as transparent as possible let the fan know that Samthing Soweto refused to work with him.

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Another way it’s a great song regardless!

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The contrasting artists featured on the song allows for the multifarious masterpiece that Jub Jub has produced. This remix is an assurance to legions of his fans that he should indeed get back in the music industry, as promised he definitely will.

After listening to the song many of the listeners picked out their favorite verses from their favorite featured artist and it is safe to say that the two who stand out are Nathi Mankayi and Mlindo The Vocalist.

Social media is abuzz this morning when the song became available on many digital music streaming platforms.

Aware of the praises that they are receiving, Mlindo expressed his eagerness to get in the studio with Nathi and work some magic.

A week ago, Jub Jub made the announcement on national television that he will be remaking his hit song Ndikhokhele. These are his efforts to help out the families whose children died from that tragic accident in 2010.

The press conference was hosted by his dear friend television personality Somizi Mhlonho-Motaung. The rapper announced that he would be releasing a remake of his hit record, Ndikhokhle. All the proceeds made from the track will go towards all those families that were affected by the tragic accident he caused back in 2010.

He had mentioned that he could help out those families because his parole conditions restricted him from doing so.

In 2012, Jub Jub, real name Molemo Maarohanye and his friend were both sentenced to 25 years in jail for murder and other offences. They killed 4 school hildren and injuring a further two, leaving them brain dead. The rapper and his friend were drag racing under the influence of alcohol.

In 2014 their sentences were reduced from 25 years to 10 years and on January 5, 2017, they were both released on parole after serving over four years each.

Ndikholele is his biggest song to date. At the time of its release, it was playing on every big radio station across South Africa. It even won him multiple awards. Now as he slowly worked his way into the hearts of many with his reality show Uyajola 9/9, he has also announced that he will be releasing an album in the near future.