Kwesta back with a new sound on his old YouTube account

Sizwe Sibiya

Having been initially denied access to his official VEVO YouTube account named after him and his second album ‘KwestaDaKAR’, rapper Kwesta has finally got his account back.

To celebrate, he released his second music video –  Kubo – from his fourth studio album, g.o.d Guluva.

Kwesta, who has featured big international hip hop names like Rick Ross and Wale on his songs, released the music video on Friday via the account.

This gives the impression that artist manager and music producer Nota, and his company Urbantainment, have given Kwesta the right to publish on the account.

The 32-year-old from Katlehong in Gauteng revealed on MacG’s Podcast that the YouTube account – which has over 190K subscriberswas managed by his former manager Nota who refused to give him the login details after they parted ways.

After four days Kubo – which features rappers K.O, Focalistic and vocalist Bassie and is a song made up of deep Kwaito and Amapiano influence – has managed to reach over 130,000 views.

Meanwhile, his other song – Fire in the Ghetto – is sitting at just over 146,000 views after three months since its release, with less than 10,000 subscribers on the OfficialKwesta account.

Video source: YouTube