A look back at Flabba's career
Nkululeko 'Flabba' Habedi was stabbed to death in the early hours of this morning in Alexandra.
CAPE TOWN - Renowned South African rapper and member of rap group Skwatta Kamp Nkululeko 'Flabba' Habedi has passed on in the early hours of this morning in Alexandra.
According to police the father of two was stabbed to death allegedly by his girlfriend.
He was one of the seven members of Skwatta Kamp which ruled the hip hop scene in the early 2000s.
The group consists of Infa, Nish, Shugasmakx, Flabba, Nemza, Slikour, Bozza.
Habedi got the name Flabba after hearing his grandmother using the word flabbergasted once.
He looked it up and found that it meant. He then decided to go by the name 'Flabba'.
The once popular hip-hop group hasn't released an album since 2009.
Flabba went on to record solo albums.
He continued to represent his township, Gomora.
He won a South African Music Award for Best Rap in 2007.
Here are some of the songs that he worked on.
Umoya, which was in their album Mkhukhu Funkshen, became a hip-hop anthem in South Africa in 2003.
One of his biggest singles after going solo was Bho Fatshe.
In 2010, he was featured in Miza's Super Hero.
In 2014, he featured in Kwesta's Do Like I Do.
Last year, he also released a much-awaited single called Nay'Inkinga featuring rapper JR.
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