- A young rapper has big dreams and wants to help other artists grow by supporting hip hop at a grassroots level
- He sacrifices his time on Sundays to host hip hop workshops that allow young artists to showcase their talent
- His journey into the world of music started at the age of 14 and he hasn't looked back; he has worked with two international artists
A rap artist who goes by the handle Blavck Bruce Wayneh II on Facebook is doing amazing things for young rappers in his community.
Every Sunday he sacrifices his time to host hip hop sessions that give young artists a space to showcase their skills.
Journey into music
He spoke to Briefly News and explained that his journey into the world of music started at the age of 14 when he got introduced to rap music in high school.
As an avid soccer player, he made the tough choice to focus on his music and has not looked back. His music career is starting to take off and he's already performed with two overseas artists, one of them a Nigerian.
He feels very strongly about growing the culture of hip hop at a grassroots level.
"Giving inspiration to every local artist, inspiring young people to start doing music and giving them a platform to showcase their talent."
His album is online and has already amassed quite a few downloads.
Cassper Nyovest's huge deal
When Cassper Nyovest unveiled his game-changing Legacy Deal, everyone was stunned. Cassper said that he and Lekau, CEO and Founder of Drip Footwear, had struck a R100 million deal.
Thanks to Podcast and Chill with Mac G, the crew was able to contact Lekau, who clarified exactly what agreement they had entered. In their most recent episode, Mac G, Sol Phenduka, and The Ghost Lady wanted to know more about the agreement, so they called Lekau on his cellphone.
They began by expressing their thoughts on what it could signify. Lekau then explained what the deal means for him and Cassper.
Nota Baloyi spoke about who made more money between Cassper and AKA
Briefly News previously reported that Nota opened up about who made more money between Cassper Nyovest and AKA in 2020. Nota Baloyi has spoken about who made more money between rival musicians, AKA and Cassper Nyovest.
The music exec shared his opinion on the two artists business deals when he appeared on The Rea & Blvck Steph Podcast recently. Nota was with his dad when he sat down with Rea Gopane and Blvck Steph.
When Rea suggested that Cassper made more money than AKA in 2020, Nota said that wasn't true. The opinionated Nota went as far as comparing AKA's business moves to Cassper's. He even threw a bit of shade in the direction of Mufasa.
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