- Pretoria rapper 25K appeased calls by his fans to serve them the heat with his latest offering Hustlers Prayer, off his upcoming album, Pheli Makaveli
- The Ghetto Angels rapper recruited the services of one of South Africa's biggest hip hop acts, A-Reece, in the new single which hit the streets on Friday
- Hustlers Prayer is produced by fellow-hip hop artist and producer Zoocci Coke Dope and is available on all digital streaming platforms
It seems rapper 25K's Hustlers Prayer has gone down well with the majority of the local hip hop scene's rap heads, who continue to bob their heads to the banger.
The latest single off 25K's upcoming album, Pheli Makaveli, released on Friday with the able collaboration nod of one of the hottest lyricists on the streets, A-Reece.
Nearly 24 hours have trickled by since the single's release but social media has not quit talking about the fire produced by the pair-up. It is safe to conclude that expectations were anything but disappointed as the attention now shifts to the official release of Pheli Makaveli.
The Pretoria-based rapper has not given an indication but the track, curated by fellow-Mzansi rapper and producer, Zoocci Coke Dope, received the gold standard as industry peers and fans alike flooded Twitter timelines bursting with high levels of excitement.
Twitter reacts en masse following much-anticipated 'Hustlers Prayer' drop
Fans went berserk at the first listen to the hip hop banger. Many of them praised the lyrical genius of A-Reece while others credited the work put in behind the scenes to produce the smoking-hot tune.
Briefly News took a look at some of the standout Twitter comments below.
Social media tears into iFani, trolls rapper after ‘I am the best’ claim
The social media streets had a field day tearing rapper iFani apart after his boldest claim yet set off a cataclysmic frenzy earlier this week.
Fresh on the heels of a collaboration on iKuku Endala with fellow Eastern Cape rapper Big Xhosa – who has shaken up the local hip hop landscape with a series of diss tracks targeting all and sundry who dare not put some respect on his name – iFani has found himself at the mercy of the ultra-woke on the Twitter streets.
Briefly News reported that this was after the Shake pot-stirrer claimed that he was the best South Africa has to offer musically. That is the least that could be decoded from his tweet which read:
"Musically, I'm the BEST."
It is safe to say that this claim did not go down well with the large majority, many of whom took to criticising and unmasking iFani while many others simply hung back and laughed themselves silly.
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