Beezory bugged by 'campaign' against him
Johannesburg - Once upon a time he was one of the hottest acts in Mzansi, filling dance floors as he shot up the charts. But now Beezory is just trying to pick up the pieces of his former glory.
The Kwaito artist used to be a hit in 2007, and then he just disappeared. Even a comeback a few years later kind of flopped. Now Beezory believes it's his time to rise again- even if there is a 'plot' in the industry against him.
"This industry is full of politics and these politics have drained me both financially and emotionally," he tells Move magazine.
He blames certain people in the industry for creating division and blocking his comeback. He believes these same people prevent him from getting gigs and his music from appearing on TV and radio.
"On TV, if an artist submits a video or request to perform live, he won't be allowed. But if it's someone from a certain record label, they always get the nod," he claims.
But one person Beezory can rely on is his mentor, Zakes Bantwini.
Once said to be feuding, Beezory says his relationship with Zakes is just fine and the two have even worked together on Beezory's new track, Ginger.
Here's to hoping Ginger burns up the charts! Get it? Ginger? Burn ...Okay.