He has always advocated for grooming young stars.
Every year he gives away something valuable to contribute to upcoming talent. DJ and Producer, Kabelo “Price Kaybee” Motsamai, 32, is starting the way off on a charitable note and is giving away his RME Babyface Pro 24Channel 192 kHz pro USB Audio Interface valued between R19 000 to R28 000.
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Prince Kaybee used the soundcard to make hits like, Banomoya, Fetch Your Life, The Weekend and Club Controller.
“It’s a soundcard I have used in most of my career. It’s one of the best in the market. I know there’s a lot of new musicians who don’t have the equipment to produce quality music. It has helped me a lot. It will help you.,” he says.
Prince Kaybee is known for having agiving hand.
He was one of the celebrities who hit the streets of Daveyton in Gauteng to join the community as they cleaned up the aftermath left by riots and looting at Mayfield Square and Daveyton Mall.
“It was an honor to serve with you @MbaliHlopheSA. To the community of Daveyton we together managed to clean the Mayfield Square and Daveyton Mall, I’m inspired,” wrote Prince Kaybee on Twitter.
Last year, Prince Kaybee donated one of his laptops to upcoming talent using the hashtag #PrinceKaybeeProducerChallenge
He also once revealed that proceeds from his single Ayabulela and released in 2020 will be donated to those in need and affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
How to Enter:
All you need to do is upload a beat or music you are currently working on and you the one he likes the most, could walk away with the Babyface soundcard.
Producers listen up, I mean well❤️ pic.twitter.com/G1ukud7erq— K A B I L L I O N (@PrinceKaybee_SA) January 1, 2022