He is one of the leading Amapiano vocalists in South Africa. Sandile Msimango, best known as Yung Stunna celebrated buying a new home.

Young Stunna shared a video resting at the entrance of the new home and captioned it with words of gratitude to the man who gave him a chance, Kabza De Small when he signed him to his company Piano Hub. “2021 was a good year for me,” he wrote. “My life changed in months. Alotta blessings came in flying! I couldn’t believe it. I’m still processing the whole thing because I couldn’t make time for that.”

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He said that year was his first time getting paying gigs. “Being fully booked, going out of the country. Meeting my role models and getting to work with some of them,” he said. “Most of the time it was all tears of joy and celebrations. I’m so grateful for everything I went through, and everything I’m still going to go through because I learn every second. This year we are working harder.”

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The name “Young Stunna” was given to him by his fans in Daveyton, where he spent his childhood. In 2021, he rose to fame with his feature with other artists on the amapiano hit “Bopha”, which was released under the Piano Hub label. His single “Adiwele” topped the SA radio charts and earned 23.4 million impressions. In April 2022, Spotify featured him in their documentary “Freedom Sounds From Kwaito to Amapiano”.

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