Tweeps respond to Kwesta’s unshared belief that SA hip hop is mediocre

Tweeps respond to Kwesta’s unshared belief that SA hip hop is mediocre

This year has been huge for the South African music industry, especially that of hip hop. Instead of being proud and representing Mzansi, Kwesta decided to air his beliefs and stated that SA hip hop is ‘mediocre’.

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Being a part of the industry himself, this was not expected. SA hip hop has been flooding headlines for its incredible achievements on a national and international scale this year, reported ZAlebs.

Briefly.co.za learnt that despite all the awards, international recognition and chart toppers, Kwesta still feels that SA hip hop is still not right there. Mood killer.

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Tweeps were not impressed by his comment. They felt that it was extremely shallow and untrue.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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