Prince Kaybee Wants To Work With King Monada

He has traveled for more than 4 hours just to meet up with him

By  | Sep 10, 2020, 10:42 AM  | Prince Kaybee  | Top of The

Prince Kaybee is set on working with Limpopo born musician King Monada. He even traveled a long distance, alongside Chaynamusique just to meet up with him in Tzaneen.

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Prince has announced that he will be working on his last project for 2020 but he is still working hard as ever to keep his fans entertained. That also means working with as many artists as he can to diversify his body of work.

"Let me go to Limpopo and see King Monada. Wanna try something with him. I will post soon what happened, I will be back," he tweeted.

The producer teased his fans of the two of them in studio, exciting many as they anticipate a hit from the two.

He even shared the distance and hours it took for him to reach his destination.

What captured the attention of his follower was the hashtag he used when announcing that he wants to work with Monada, #ProjectHope.

Commending their favourite artist, fans applauded his work ethic and how he is deserving of all the praises and accolades.

He also earned some points from the public as he committed himself to working with female musicians to want to make it big in the industry.

It all started when he took to social media to canvass for ten aspiring female musicians to work with him on an album called, “Project Hope.” Prince Kaybee would produce the album and the aspiring musicians would get a chance to step into a studio.

These female musicians include Thembisile Q, Thalitha, Bridgette Vocalist, Thobile Ngidi, Katz the Singr, Ruby Rose, LaNeo, Sanda, Basetsana and Nosipho Sibisi. They all come from all walks of life and different parts of the country.

Not only looking to make it just a mere album, the DJ wants “Project Hope” to be bigger. He is planning on a festival that would incorporate his love for, “music, cars, beautiful people and good food.“ He says the Project is a progressive idea and that "each and every day I get new ideas; whether the ladies will go on tour...” he added.

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