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PICS: Kabza De Small Shows Off His Lovely Wife

Kabza De Small has apparently married his long term girlfriend Kamogelo Geloo Moropa and he is finally showing her off. The two were set to walk down the aisle late last year, after having paid lobola to her family.

The Amapiano DJ is now off the market and he wants everyone to know who his woman is. Kamogelo, posted a cute picture of her and her husband Kabza, next to his vehicle, kissing and cuddling.

Many people praised Kabza for taking this step of settling down as it is not an easy decision to make. People are also amazed at the low profile Kamogelo is keeping despite being married to one of the biggest Amapiano stars in the continent.

She has made her Instagram account private and occasionally posts Kabza or tags him in her pictures.

Last year a close friend of his told TrueLove that the reason he wears isiphandla, a traditional wrist band, is because he is letting other people know that he is married. The publication also reported that Kabza got down on one knee in September 2021.

“He has been wearing two iziphandla on his wrists since the end of last month. He is not posting his wife because that’s something they agreed on. Kamo, on the other hand, posted a picture of herself in traditional attire and tagged him…Kamo has also always kept a low profile and because of the pressure that comes with being in the public eye, the couple has decided to keep this private,” the source was quoted as saying.

One thing Kabza is good at also is his work. The Amapiano guru earned his title of being just that, by hard work and dedication. Kabza has been named as one of the pioneers of Amapiano and then later being crowned the King of the genre. He told Oskido on his very own YouTube show called Joy Ride With Oskido, how the genre was birthed by Mdu.

“You know how Amapiano started? The township DJs play a song with 125 beats per minute [BPM]. Then you would find other DJ’s play the same beat at 115 BPM,” he explained, adding that they would also often make mixtapes with a slower tempo.

He said other producers then started making music with a slower tempo. “First it was remixes then Mdu came up. I don’t know what happened, I don’t know how he figured out the log drum. Amapiano has always been there but he’s the one who came up with Log drum,” explained Kabza.

“These boys like experimenting, they always check out new plug in’s. So when Mdu figured it out, he ran with it. And when I got it, I jumped on the bandwagon.”

He then added that, “Amapiano music is mainly Log Drum.” Oskido then added that Kwaito music also came about the same way where sounds from other genres are used and changed to create a particular sound.