Dax is very welcoming of the idea that South Africans have embraced him as a bonafide rapper in the super-competitive industry in the world.
The Canadian-Nigerian rapper has gained a lot of followers not only in the US but across Africa. He has massive love coming from his parent’s home country Nigeria and recently he’s been receiving true love coming from Mzansi, something that he is really grateful for.
Dax is also open to working with our very own A-Reece, it’s only a matter of when but it’s inevitable, they will eventually work together because the fans demand it, and both parties are willing to oblige.
Dax has been given the “Muzi” title by lots of South African fans who are happy to see more of his songs each and every other time he drops.
Being very humble and appreciative, Dax took to social media showing back the love he’s been getting from South Africa, he wore a T-Shirt with the “Muzi” word imprinted on it with the South Africa flag underneath it.
He poured his heart out expressing his love for Mzansi vowing to never let them down saying in part, “I’m still in shock at how many South Africans are supporting my work. I’m also PRAYING for you all and what’s currently happening out there in your country.”
Speaking on his ultimate goal in music which is to unify everybody because music has no boundaries since it’s a universal language, Dax had a whole lot to say about South Africa and his South African loyal fanbase.
This is what he wrote;
“MUZI” CHECKING IN 🇿🇦…! This is the NICKNAME given to me by South Africans. AMAZING! I was told “MUZI” means HOME.
I accept and love this name. THIS SHIRT SOLIDIFIES IT♥️🇿🇦… Over the past few months the impact has been spreading all over the WORLD and the word HOME is such a fitting name.
Thank you South Africa for leading the charge internationally and every other country joining me on this journey of music for the people spread by the people.
I’m still in shock at how many South Africans are supporting my work. I’m also PRAYING for you all and what’s currently happening out there in your country.
My goal has always been to unify. Dax is HOME and everyone regardless of color, religion, gender, country, nationality, or social status has a room here.
Music has NO BOUNDARIES. Thank you. God bless. Hopefully y’all like my new T-SHIRT! “MUZI” out…”