- A young man took to social media to announce the great news of successfully bagging his Master’s degree
- In a tweet he disclosed that his research was in music and that his dissertation topic was on the Gqom genre
- Many South African netizens who reacted to the post were amazed by his ability to conduct a study on the electronic dance music
One smart and creative SA gent made quite an impression on the social media streets after sharing the news of bagging his Master’s degree in music.
Twitter user @Ngasii_ posted snaps of himself looking dapper in a suit and graduation attire as he revealed that he obtained a Master of Music degree with a dissertation topic focused on the Gqom music genre.
Gqom is a genre of electronic dance music that emerged in the early 2010s from Durban, South Africa. It is known for its beats which have a minimal, raw and repetitive sound with heavy bass. It is mainly described as having a dark and hypnotic club sound.
Mzansi man celebrates completing his dissertation in Gqom, Tweeps beg for his paper : “Can’t wait to read it”
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@Ngasii_’s achievement of successfully merging a vibey music genre and academia impressed many netizens, with several peeps curious to read his work.
“Please send me your dissertation .”
“Usebenzile bhuti ndivuyisana nawe Xa iphumile ndicela ukuyifunda kuba ndiyawuthanda umculo weGqom.”
“Congratulations need to read that paper please .”
“Congratulations! Please share link to thesis when possible.”
“Hey man congrats. Is there anyway to read your work on Gqom?”
“Then I can do my PhD Research Dissertation in Amapiano mos! congrats .”
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