- Nadia Nakai has explained why the hip-hop genre in Mzansi is the most problematic genre when compared to other types of music
- The TV personality told BBC's This Is Africa radio show host DJ Edu that there are always controversies around local hip-hop artist
- The 40 Bars hitmaker said artists from other Mzansi genres such as Amapiano and Gqom get along well while there are always beefs in the rap scene
Nadia Nakai has explained why she thinks the hip-hop genre is a problem in Mzansi. The rapper was a guest on BBC's This Is Africa radio show with DJ Edu.
The award-winning rapper told the DJ why she feels the rap genre is the most problematic genre in the country. The stunner even compared the genre to other types of music produced in the country such as Amapiano and Gqom.
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Nadia feels that there's always a controversy around local hip-hop artists. She told This Is Africa:
"The beefs and the dramas and whose calling out who on social media. We're probably the most problematic genre in South Africa."
She shared that Amapiano acts get along well while musicians doing Gqom also have each others' backs. The TV presenter also agreed that hip-hop has taken a back seat in the country because Amapiano has taken over the airwaves and the streets.
In related news, Briefly News reported that Nadia Nakai celebrated her 33rd birthday a few days ago. The stunner's epic birthday dinner at Alice & Fifth restaurant in Sandton was attended by some of Mzansi's A-listers.
The award-winning rapper donned a saucy blue dress designed by celebrity designer Scalo. Her friends in the entertainment industry also dressed to the nines during the party.
The 40 Bars hitmaker's birthday was attended by the likes of Boity, Sjava, Gemini Major, Reason, DJ Speedsta and many others. Nadia Nakai took to Instagram and shared snaps from the celebration. She captioned them:
"Thank you sooo much to everyone that came out last night to celebrate my birthday!!!!!"
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