Thabbz celebrates SA clothing deal with new song

BULAWAYO-based singer and rapper Thabani “Thabbz” Ndlovu has been prompted to release a new track after he recently inked a clothing endorsement deal with a South Africa-based fashion label, Kasi Swagg.



The song dubbed AmaSixteen, which features Guluva Se7en showcases the duos’ lyrical prowess.

The track, which is the artiste’s second song this year after Sanctuary was produced by Harare-based Kronik Boi and engineered by DJ Wexxy at Melow Wexxy Studios.

Thabbz becomes the local ambassador for Kasi Swagg, which dresses high profile musicians and radio personalities across the Limpopo.

The clothing company, run by South Africa-based Zimbabwean Makhosini Tshuma, manufactures jackets, tracksuits, head gear and pilot suits bags.

Some of the celebrities dressed by Kasi Swagg include former Big Brother Africa housemate Nhlanhla Nhlapo, DJ VWP, Siboniso Mabaso of popular soap Skeem Saam and Disco queen Patricia MNajalisa.

“AmaSixteen is a celebratory song, just to say thank you to the streets and my newest business partners-Kasi Swagg, who have taken it upon themselves to dress me. I will be the brand’s Zimbabwean ambassador and help them get more customers here,” said an excited Thabbz.

Tshuma said they are excited with the new partnership with Thabbz and his recent works of art.

“Kasi Swagg is all about celebrating the kasi/ghetto lifestyle through fashion. Thabbz comes from the ghetto (Lobengula), so we saw it fit to endorse him as a face of Kasi Swagg in Zimbabwe,” he said.

Thabbz was nominated best newcomer and for best music video for Hey Wena at the Zim hip-hop awards 2015.

He will share the stage with K.O next month when the South African comes to Bulawayo.

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