Video showing Somizi’s statement of his desire to work with Obani Lababantu’s ‘Gee Six Five’ hero

Video showing Somizi’s statement of his desire to work with Obani Lababantu’s ‘Gee Six Five’ hero

Media personality and Idols SA judge, Somizi, wants to feature during a song with Obani Lababantu hitmaker, Alpha “Gee Six Five” Selepe.
Video showing Somizi's statement of his desire to work with Obani Lababantu's 'Gee Six Five' hero

com has been maintaining with Gee Six Five’s rising fame and has expressed how serious he’s about arranging a true collaboration with the 65-year-old gqom sensation.

With her song, Obani Lababantu, topping the charts, it’s no wonder Somizi wants to hop into the studio with the gqom sensation.

Some said he first heard the song while he was lazing about in his Dainfern range in Johannesburg. While singing along to the lyrics, Somizi hilariously acknowledged that the song could be the foremost important thing immediately which has been doing the most on the socials.

Taking to Instagram, Somizi shared a video where he played pretend, telling his followers to imagine the song being played on his station. He then said that he and Gee Six Five needed to collaborate.

Watch the video here:

Speaking to SowetanLIVE, Gee Six Five said she wanted to show Mzansi to never put a time-frame on their dreams.

“I started composing the song in July, writing and singing until the lyrics were in my head. The plan was to try to ingwijikhwebu or something which will take the country by storm.

“The message altogether this is often that it’s never too late to become what you would like to be. Don’t be afraid to explore your own talents due to the naysayers. I just wanted to try to do what was never done before,” the retired teacher said.

While her song highlights having haters who always gossip, Gee Six Five revealed to the publication that she had been trying to form it big for quite 20 years.

Her first song was a gospel song she released in 2000 but that didn’t make waves like her current hit.

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