Amapiano vocalist Sir Trill has made quite the name for himself in the industry. The musician has collaborated with the likes of DJ Maphorisa, Musa Keys and De Mthuda amongst others.
The Emlanjeni hitmaker is set to release his debut album soon and has committed to giving the royalties from his collaborations with Mpura to the late amapiano star’s team and family.
Amapiano stars Mpura, Killer Kau and DJs, Khanya Hadebe, Thando Tot and TD tragically passed away in a car accident on Saturday 7 August 2021.
Before his death, Mpura and Sir Trill collaborated on two amapiano hits — Dlala Thukzin’s Phuze remix and ThackzinDJ’s Yini Sdakwa.
Taking to Twitter on 18 January, Sir Trill shared that the royalties from every collaboration with Mpura on his debut album, Ghost will go to the late star’s team and his family.
“Every song on my project with Mpura, all royalties go to his team and family,” wrote the vocalist.
Tweeps praised Sir Trill for his generosity and sent the vocalist kind words following his gesture. One tweep wrote: “Beautiful gesture, God bless you bro and Rest in Peace to the legend Mpura pura.”
Another tweep wrote: “I hope the other guys are doing the same. They know themselves.”
Podcast and Chill co-host Sol Phenduka wrote: “Hope his team does right by his family.”
On 9 January, the vocalist shared the album cover for his debut release Ghost. The amapiano vocalist mentioned that album was scheduled for 2021 and it “didn’t make sense” that it wasn’t released.
“N*ggas were trying to stop me You guys come first to me. Sir Trill is nothing without y’all.”
Sir Trill is yet to announce a release date.