- Reason, aka Sizwe Alakine, has seemingly responded to the claims that he's DJ Maphorisa's ghostwriter
- The rumours started circulating on social media after Madumane dropped an epic rap verse on his new yanos track, Izolo
- Reason shared that he doesn't ghostwrite for anyone but rather co-writes songs with some of his peers in the music industry
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Reason has seemingly responded to the rumours that he is ghostwriting for DJ Maphorisa. The claims made rounds on social media after Phori dropped a hot verse on his new track, Izolo.
Scores of people suggested that the rapper penned Madumane's verse on the hit track released recently. Their claims came after Phori and Reason collaborated on the rapper's new Amapiano single, Khanda Shisa.
"I don't ghostwrite. I co-write."
Tweeps shared mixed reactions to his post. Even yanos vocalist Lady Du took to Reason's timeline to share her opinion on his post. Along with a few laughing emojis, Lady Du commented:
"You do ghostwrite. You make some Amapiano artists look talented but we are not there."
"But Reason you are an awful songwriter, how do people involve you in their creative process???"
"Mina I'm just happy for you King! As long as you get to do what you're good at."
"Some raps are better rapped by other rappers..."
Reason rumoured to be ghostwriting for Phori
In related news, Briefly News reported that Reason is apparently ghostwriting for DJ Maphorisa. The rumour started circulating on social media after Phori's fans praised him for his hot verse on his new track, Izolo.
Media personality Rashid Kay took to social media recently and shared a snippet from Izolo's music video. DJ Maphorisa raps his fire verse in the snippet that the hip-hop radio show producer posted on his timeline.
While many were impressed by Madumane's pen game, Rashid applauded Reason for penning the dope verse. According to SAHipHopMag, Rashid captioned his Twitter post:
"Dankie @ReasonHD for the ghostwriting."
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Source: Briefly News