|"Top of the World featuring Johnny Apple"|
|Single by Khwezi|
|Released||17 April 2015|
|Label||Sony Music RCA|
|Songwriter(s)||Khwezi, Johnny Apple|
"Top of the World" is a song performed by Electronic Music producer Khwezi and singer Johnny Apple. It was released on 17 April 2015 as a digital download in South Africa. Khwezi received his first award nomination as a solo artist when Top of the World was nominated for Song of the Year and Best Male at the OFM awards.
|1.||"Top of the World"||3:31|
|South Africa||17 April 2015||Digital download||Sony Music Africa|
|South Africa (OFM (South Africa))||1|
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