The prolific Afro House DJ, Prince KayBee has now unleashed his highly-anticipated album. Titled “I Am Music,” this album is probably one of the most expected projects in recent times. The reason isn’t far-fetched with Prince KayBee‘s musical exploits.
Even though “Yonkinto” which featured Zanda dropped months ago, it is still one of the most demanded by House lovers. “Charlotte” which featured Lady Zamar which was a song of the year is by all accounts a monster hit-song and its fierce has remained undiminished.
Do we even talk about other Prince KayBee efforts such as “Black & White,” “Niyasaba,” and “Don’t Give Up,“ just to mention a few. Well, the “Nondaba“ hitmaking disc jockey is now set to further continue on that roll with the drop of an entire body of work.
Thoughts of the “I Am Music” album alone is enough to send Afro and Deep House fans into an excited frenzy. However,it also features heavyweights and game-changers including Busiswa, Lady Zamar, Zanda and even more surprises is just a further blast of adrenaline.
Prince KayBee whose real name is Kabelo Motsamai had in May disclosed the “I Am Music” album to be the best work he has done so far and that he actually might have outdone himself. Looks like we were never ready for this music producer from humble beginnings in Senekal in the Free State.
Charlotte (Intro Dub)
Charlotte (feat. Lady Zamar)
Yonkinto (feat. Zanda)
Yonkinto (Beautiful Girls Dub Mix)
Beautiful Girls (feat. Press)
Shukuma (feat. Phindile)
Yebo Yes (feat. Noxy)
Angiyifuni Indoda (feat. NaakMusiQ, Mpumi & Trademark)
Bhiyoza (feat. Busiswa)
Charlotte (feat. Lady Zamar) [Drumetic Boyz Remix]
Baby Please (feat. Donald)
Kao Rata (feat. Thulz)
We believe the “I Am Music” album to be a fitting follow-up to Prince KayBee‘s debut “Better Days” album and even heavyweights in the game including the likes of DJ Tira feels the same.
Now that the album is here. It is the abundance of masterclass we thought it would be and even more. In fact, who needs playlists now when we’ve got Prince Kaybee’s “I Am” album? Cop the project of musical art, then your thoughts and opinion in the comments section below.