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Young Stunna Reflects On His Journey Since First Hearing ‘Nana Thula’

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One of the quickest and broadest blowups in recent memory was Young Stunna’s.

The 25-year-old rapper-turned-amapiano sensation originally burst into the spotlight as the voice of Dlala Regal’s “Dlala Captain” and Mellow & Sleazy’s smash “Bopha.”

Stunna quickly followed that up with the undeniable summer smash “Adiwele,” which is famously the soundtrack to that Uncle Waffles viral video, under the mentorship and guidance of Kabza De Small. A few months later, he made it clear that he was the man with the South African Music Awards (Sama) winning project “Notumato.”

Since then, Stunna has become a legitimate sensation with a number of hit tracks and millions of fans on social media.

Stunna is currently reflecting on his adventure while traveling the globe as a member of the amapiano movement’s summer takeover of the northern hemisphere.

Two weeks after appearing on Kabza De Small’s “Nana Thula” remix, Stunna explained on Wednesday how the emotional experience of working on the remix brought back memories of the original song, which was released in 2019, which helped him fall in love with amapiano.

“When I heard this song in 2019, I was going through it, honestly made me feel like crying all the time I played 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.”

“I really changed my life and I’m taking care of my family, that’s all that matters to me. When papa (Kabza De Small) told me he wants me to be part of the remix I teared down, even when I was recording this verse.

“I appreciate everything, I’m so happy i can’t even hide it anymore.”

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