Watch! Pabi Cooper Dancing To Bacardi with new Twerking Steps:
Cooper, who was born Paballo Mothapo, started out as a dancer who did small-scale concerts. The multitalented musician was of the opinion that she had more to offer as a performer than just dancing, despite her reputation as an entertaining dancer. She then abandoned her imposter syndrome and launched a singing career in which she collaborated with amapiano stars like Ch’cco and Focalistic.
Waga Bietjie, a brand-new track featuring Mellow and Sleazy, marked Pabi Cooper’s return to the music industry. The song is an amapiano jam, but it also has bacardi dances and sounds. The star took initiative to participate in the bacardi dance on her own song, “Waga Bietjie,” despite the fact that Bacardi became a hot topic due to its role in the origin of amapiano. Examine it:
“When I first released my song Isphithiphithi last year, things started to work out for me; that’s when I became big.” I began touring the country after appearing on Idols SA. It blew my mind how much I developed as an artist; I couldn’t believe it. Many artists, including the late Mpura and Killa Kau, were overjoyed to see my development. Every time they saw me, they would praise my skill.
— Wag ‘n Bietjie OUT NOW 🏽 (@cooper_pabi) January 29, 2023
Since her big break, Cooper has worked hard. She has her own label, Cooper Entertainment, and she recently released the hit song Banyana Ke Bafana, which features Focalistic, Ch’cco, Luudadeejay, and Nobantu Vilakazi, who are also well-known amapiano performers. With over half a million Spotify streams and over 400 YouTube views, the single has been her biggest to date. In December 2021, she won the award for best newcomer at the Amapiano Awards.