SA Entertainment News

‘I Was Going Through It’: Young Stunna On The Time He First Fell In Love With Amapiano

Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr

Sandile “Young Stunna” Msimango has made some reflection in his career in music.

Although the musician is now a household name in the amapiano genre, his initial foray into the music business was as a rapper using hip-hop rhythms. However, after hearing Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa’s song Nana Thula, Young Stunna realized where his voice was more at home.

“When I heard this song in 2019, I was going through it, honestly made me feel like crying all the time I played it. It made me fall in love with this sound until I started being part of it. That was the beginning of my healing journey and I’m so grateful. It really changed my life and I’m taking care of my family, that’s all that matters to me,” he wrote.

Young Stunna expressed his appreciation to Kabza for including him on the remix, which also features Njelic, Nkosazana Daughter, and Xolani Guitars and dedicates the song to individuals who are navigating life and wishing for a prosperous future.

“When papa told me he wants me to be part of the remix, I teared up, even when I was recording this verse. I appreciate everything. I’m so happy, I can’t even hide it any more. I’ve been praying for this and I worked for it. This song is for everyone who’s going through the most, everyone who’s hustling for themselves and their loved ones. This song is for the hard time and the good times! God really got us and we going to be alright!”

The rapper honored Kabza De Small in his famous song Adiwele when he released his first album Notumato in October 2021. He discussed the significant influence he has had on his life since they first met in it.

In a previous interview with TshisaLIVE, Young Stunna said that Kabza De Small served as a mentor and father figure to him during the course of his musical career and rise to fame.

“I am thanking Kabza De Small [in that song]. It’s been a short period of time [knowing him], but he taught me a lot. A lot would have gone wrong if I didn’t listen to him,” he said.

“I spend a lot of time with Kabza De Small. I call him papa, I call him my father. He treats us [the team working under the label] like we’re his children and makes us feel at home. We’re here to make music and learn about life. We’ve got that father-and-son relationship going on because he teaches us a lot.

“He shows us everything. He makes us understand how everything is going to go and how you’re going to feel and when you go through it, you appreciate every moment, remembering he told you about it. So it’s a blessing to be able to be shown the right way.”

Source: is a website dedicated to bringing you authentic and fact-checked news. We also give you accurate information on the biography, net worth, and anything concerning your favorite celebrities across the world. You can reach us at [email protected]. Thank you for choosing to read from us. We hope you will come back for any other information. Happy surfing!

Write A Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.