South African Hitmaker Bucie To Step Away From The Spotlight Amid Drake Beef
According to Timelive, the Easy to Love singer revealed that her upcoming album Rebirth will be her last, a surprising revelation which comes 10 years after she swept South Africa in a storm with her music.
The singer intends to now channel her energy on the artists signed to her label as well as dedicating more time to her family.
“This is my final album, I’m out. I also just want to take some time off and spend it with my family. I’m a mom again. I have my sons, and need to spend time with them,” said the singer who welcomed her baby boy in January after her marriage to the man she describes as the ‘man of her dreams’.
Recently, the singer got embroiled in a rumoured beef with Drake after he made a remix of her song Superman with the help of South African DJ, Black Coffee, but excluded her from the production. The development had upset her fans. However, Bucie set the records straight in an interview with Sowetan yesterday, saying she will patiently wait for Drake to do the right thing soon.
“I love my country. South Africans are beautiful and crazy. My take is from so many songs he could have chosen in the world, he chose a song with my voice in it. It’s my voice that made him fall in love with the song, that’s enough for me,” she said.
“I’m just like Drake knows who Bucie is, so it’s all good. You will find me very soon. If you are going to take a song that has my voice in it, that means very soon you are going to need that voice somewhere. Until then I’m patient.”
Well, the singer is set to bow out of the spotlight, and we hope Drake does the right thing before she retires.
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