Prince Kaybee leads the way in Sama nominations

Prince Kaybee leads the way in Sama nominations

 

 

Grant winning house music DJ Prince Kaybee drives the South African Music grants top 20 waitlist for Record of the Year (ROTY) and Music Video of the Year (MVOTY) with four selections.

His two raving successes Fetch Your Life including Msaki and Gugulethu highlighting Afro Brothers, Indlovukazi and SUPTA are both designated in the ROTY and MVOTY classifications making his count the most elevated so far in SAMA26.

Ruler Kaybee

The waitlist was uncovered on Thursday and set up for open vote. The yearly honors will occur for all intents and purposes one month from now over a multi day time frame from the third to the seventh of August.

Nhlanhla Sibisi, CEO of RiSA stated: ‘Congrats to the candidates in both the ROTY and MVOTY classifications. It is their uncommon masterfulness, enthusiasm for the art and constancy that has seen them ascend to the top.

Ruler Kaybee

“In these two classifications, the SAMA gives the watcher and aficionado of nearby music a voice to crown the victors. I believe that the music-cherishing open will benefit as much as possible from the chance and settle on their decisions known as we tally down to what in particular vows to be the greatest night in South African music the situation being what it is simply the world finds.’

Sovereign Kaybee

Hot behind Kaybee is KO with three assignments for Supa Dupa (ROTY and MVOTY) and Say You Will highlighting Nandi Madida (MVOTY).

With two gestures individually from the two classes are DJ Zinhle for Umlilo highlighting Mvzzle and Rethabile; Holly Rey for You; AKA for Jika including Yanga Chief; SMA Nasty C highlighting Rowlene; Lady Zamar for This is Love; TNS for My Dali highlighting Indlovukazi and Black Motion for Joy including Brenden Praise.

Sovereign Kaybee

Two Amapiano tracks Labantwana Ama Uber by Semi Tee accomplishment. Miano, Kammu Dee and Kokota by Kaygee Daking and Bizizi highlighting Killer Kau are up for a ROTY while Black Coffee’s Lalala including Usher; Sun-El Musician’s Into Ingawe highlighting Ami Faku; Blaq Diamond’s Ibhanoyi; Samthing Soweto’s Akulaleki including Sha, DJ Maphorisa and Kabza De Small; and Tshego’s No Ties highlighting King Monada complete the rundown.