The Kwaito king took to his post a few hours ago and asked for the artists who are currently topping the industry to make way for the youngins. The awkward part is that Exit started out around the same time as the artists he is claiming are the veterans in the game he wants to be excused for the new kids. His status read
“You can only influence one generation owens, which was as of course that you influenced. And we are proud of you. Baazeni nee wan. Olufo ooletu noo Young T, nohso tuu D Kandjafa nosho tuu. Allow us to influence our generation in peace my guys so we also give a chance to somebody else to influence the next generation. My daughter doesn’t even know your songs...”
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The post has over 1000 likes and 150 comments with some for the suggestion and others totally against it. Exit believes new cats like Sally Boss Madam, Top Cheri and ML should be given a chance and their chance to should come now too.
Rebuking the suggestion, people commented saying that people are in the industry trying to get their bread and that Exit should mind his own hustle while others said that if he can’t break through, he should join the jukebox industry.
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Many of those who commented on the post believe that Exit needs to step his game up instead of telling others to step down. One comment that however seems to have touched a nerve stated that Exit needs to stop smoking in order to mind his own business. He responded saying that it is a thing of the past and meditation is needed for whoever believes so.
Exit has been in the music industry for the past 12 years and has over eight albums to his name. Exit emerged into the industry as a group member of Exit na Mushe and the two later parted ways and began their solo careers. Exit is the founder of Rockaz Productions, a record label, and Rockaz Clothing.
Exit probably meant well but his message was not well delivered hence the backlash.
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