Yesterday marked the birthdate to a therapeutic project from one of the most real souls to ever touch the mic and well vast about the movement that is Hip Hop. The Slaghuis team on behalf of the culture would gravely like to wish Broken Silence a happy belated birthday that is tantamount in decibels to the loud volume this project has impacted the many lives it changed into a better state.
Subsequent the Moria of Hip Hop which is Back to the City, which is an annual event that takes place in Newtown, J Section, the new kid on the block proved once again why his primary objective is to cement his unique contribution in the congested RAP industry when he dropped the tectonic plates moving joint titled Nyakaza.
The art of conscious raps sparking the hearts by enlightening the organ continues to survive the assassination attempts from the arch-nemesis which is marketable twaddle material; gratitude has to go to the modern torch carriers such as Syllable Skills from the Beast Rand.
In recent weeks we introduced you to the flow machine from the South of Johannesburg by the name of Chron Burgundy, the ear cherished his Get It Now where he features Uni-VERSE.
A rose scent beautifies one’s day and brightens it even with the darkest cloud as a narrative in everyday life. The aroma is therapeutic, not forgetting the crucial factor which inspires those that toil in their craft and receive appreciation.
The music video to a song that has been responsible for plenty of sleepless nights is finally out and what makes it better is the plot which is a mirror reflection to many families in the townships. Big Zulu featuring Kwesta on Akalaleli is out for you to check out.