Prince Kaybee Speaks On His Sacrifices For Local Talent. The DJ is on the rise this year and recently received multiple platinum plaques for 4 of his hit songs which include Fetch Your Life, Club Controller, Banomoya, and Gugulethu from his 2019 platinum album Re Mmino. Despite being a successful DJ and music producer, Kaybee is dedicated to giving upcoming musicians a chance.
Kaybee revealed that he is willing to put his dream of getting international collaborations for now and focus on changing the lives of local artists with no bread on the table. Taking to his Twitter account, the Club Controller hit maker wrote: “Can’t be too focused on featuring overseas artists while my home has artists with no bread and I’m one guy that could change their lives by just calling them to studio. I’d rather sacrifice my international dream, for the african progress.”
Prince Kaybee has always been a fan of supporting local and upcoming musicians. The star also recently started a hashtag which upcoming musicians can use to promote their music. Following his Project Hope (Season 1) album, the star collaborated with fresh tunes from nine unheard women voices in music, and addressed a problem that has existed for years. “There’s a very, very big gap we need to cover. The project is about women, we’re trying to get them in there as much as possible so that we have level ground in the music industry,” says the accomplished house deejay and producer.
‘Project Hope’ started taking shape on Twitter when Kaybee asked female vocalists to share videos of themselves singing under the hashtag #ProjectHope. “I looked for a willing heart in the videos. I went through every singer’s profile; I checked their background, some of them had been following me before, I noticed they can sing, and with that intel, I could tell some of them are very hungry to do this,” added the DJ.