Big Nuz has finally delivered the long-awaited “Last Man Standing” album, and it is already blazing on charts, holding the number one spot on Spotify and iTunes with close to 1 million cumulative streams.
Big Nuz continues to be one of the biggest music groups in the SA music scene. Founded by Mandla Maphumulo (Mampintsha), Mzi (Danger), and Sbu (Mashesha) in 2002, the group has dominated the charts with their infectious releases. With the passing of Maphumulo (Mampintsha) in 2022 and Sbu (Mashesha) in 2015, the group now only has Mzi (Danger) standing, and as the last man, he pays tribute to his buddies with this latest collection of art.
“Last Man Standing” features five tracks and has support from Emza, Mlu, Bhar, L’vovo, Worst Behaviour, Shayo, Phila, Toss, and DJ Tira.
The project, released on Friday, has climbed its way up the charts and is currently the most streamed SA album on iTunes and Spotify. This success shouldn’t come as a surprise as Big Nuz poured his heart into this one.