Now that we know what we get when two giants from a different cloth of rapping potent bars get together on a trap beat on a track that is a prayer to DMX, one of many that were influential within the culture of Hip Hop. The song has been met with positive feedback from across social media.
If at first you don’t succeed then repel from quitting, try again and you will see yielded results. That is an apt opening for a very resilient skilled beyond measure artist and producer from Zola that recently clinched the R10K Power Play challenge as the rapper at this year’s Back To The City. As the Slaghuis TV team, we did one better and had a Raising The Bar special for him just to embrace the talent that he is. See footage of his interview where he expounds on the preparation process, being the victor and a special track where he will feature one of Soweto’s beasts with punches as well as flows and most loved Kasi Rap ambassador, Siya Shezi.
Kid Tini is a new school bully with an insane pen game that is gruesome and not forgetting his extremely flawless flow that one can just accept that he is truly gifted. The last single that he dropped was Cinga which enlightened the youth about relationships that are anchored by unprotected coutis lead to a much dye consequence that compromises life.
The runner up of the season premiere of Vuzu Hustle (A Rap talent search reality show) Shabzi Madallion all the way from the West Rand is now kindred with Sport Scene. These are great news from a Rapper that is dedicated to releasing a plethora of freestyles that are receiving positive feedback, awesome music that makes one marvel on when will his studio album hit the shelves and you do remember that he also came to Slaghuis TV and the bar was raised brilliantly.
The new kid that is out to make very intrepid moves is not holding back with his objective of changing the spectrum of how mainstream music should sound like and that he is not conforming to the mass appeal profligate school of thought. Touchline has dropped new heat titled Nyakaza which draws influences from the hard-hitting and grimy to the bone raps that truly satisfy the demands of Zolile Radebe’s production.
Sleep is the cousin of death, the best friend to poverty if you are not super privileged and the pesky aunt that ends all parties if you are an extrovert to the key. With all of that being said, Big Zulu has released a new joint titled Ak’laleki (Unable to sleep) that alongside a national favourite Kwesta with his bass modulated voice on a banger that is produced by MB Zet.