In his words Kwesta highlighted that as much as he has been owning the game for as long as he debuted his career, 2019 wasn’t a year for him to grace the number one spot.
Last year early December MTV Base released its list of SA Top Ten Rappers who dominated the game in 2019. A number of artists had complaints and further highlighted how unfair it was put.
Kwesta said it too soon that he didn’t deserve to be on the list. Explaining his reasons, he emphasized on how as an artist there’s always time to win and time to lose.
“#MTVBaseHottestMc Every artist has been an award losing artist at an award show of sorts… A list is no different. 9, 6, 4, 1, 1… My positions since the lists’ inception. Note the trajectory,” he wrote.
The platinum selling star also made it clear to his fans that when music is delivered, it is expected for it to not be perceived the same way. He said the goal should be to keep on winning to own that number one spot.
“Also, to the artists… We make the music(work) and put it out to the world so it can be loved, hated and/or fairly critiqued BY THE WORLD! So let that happen and then…. nose down, spaan phezulu. See y’all 2020,” he added.