Prince Kaybee Not A Fan Of Tyler ICU’s Hit Song “Mnike”

He tweeted, "I don't have a Mnike remix, I wouldn't do it because I don't connect with the song musically. But great song nonetheless."

Prince Kaybee Not A Fan Of Tyler ICU's Hit Song
Prince Kaybee Not A Fan Of Tyler ICU's Hit Song "Mnike"

Tyler ICU’s hit song “Mnike” has taken the South African music scene by storm, capturing the attention of people both locally and internationally.

Even superstar Rihanna has expressed her love for the track. However, not everyone is jumping on the “Mnike” bandwagon, and one such person is DJ Prince Kaybee.

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Prince Kaybee recently took to Twitter to address rumors of him releasing a remix of the song. In a rather indifferent manner, he stated that he didn’t connect with the song musically, which is why he didn’t remix it.

He tweeted, “I don’t have a Mnike remix, I wouldn’t do it because I don’t connect with the song musically. But great song nonetheless.”

While it’s not uncommon for artists to have different tastes and preferences when it comes to music, Prince Kaybee’s public declaration of his lack of enthusiasm for “Mnike” has sparked some debate among fans.

Some have praised his honesty, appreciating his authenticity and refusal to follow the crowd. Others, however, have questioned why he felt the need to publicly express his disinterest in the song.

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Regardless of Prince Kaybee’s opinion, there’s no denying that “Mnike” has made a significant impact in the music industry.

Its catchy beats and infectious rhythm have earned it a spot among the top South African songs of the year. And with Rihanna herself giving it a nod of approval, Tyler ICU can certainly be proud of the success he has achieved with this track.

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