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Young Stunna talks new album, BOPHA, Kabza De Small on The Ultimate Kaya959 Top 30 PART 1

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Published: 23 Oktober 2021

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Piano Hub Artist Young Stunna had no choice but to serve the people his first album after a video of his song went viral. Throwing down the track during one of her sets, Uncle Waffles had the crowd lapping up Stunna's bomb track Adiwele.

In this video, Sandile Msimango, popularly known as, Young Stunna, talks in detail about his upbringing and musical inspirations.

He shares how he was always surrounded by music. His mom was a vocalist and his 'timer' (dad) owned a tavern that had a jukebox.

Spending time at the tavern on weekends exposed him to all types of genres, including RnB and Kwaito. Stunna fell in love with how Kwaito artists told their stories.

"There was just something so raw and real behind their struggle." he shared with DJ Keyez

Apart from his parents, his uncle who was a writer listened to Hip Hop, Kwaito/Boom Bap, and a lot of Tupac.

Not one for sports, Young Stunna spent most of his breaks at school sitting in class writing lyrics. He admitted to even writing lyrics during lessons, not that this affected his grades.

"Nah sports just wasn't my thing. I wasn't interested in any sports."

He attended Benoni West Primary and Lee Rand High School in Benoni. Finishing his matric at Unity Secondary School in Daveyton. His love for music only grew when he moved to Daveyton because of its big music culture.