A-Reece feels that modern day music lacks that something special

A-Reece feels that modern day music lacks that something special

- A-Reece was a guest on Mtv's Yo

- The rapper expressed that he feels moder day music is lacking quality

- Fellow guest and artist, Sccop Makhathini, stated that he does not agree with A-Reece but quality is key

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A-Reece was recently seen on Yo where he communicated his feelings with regards to the state of music and just how it lacks quality.

The Mzansi hip-hop scene is riddled with negative criticism. A-Reece is a big player in the game and that comes with a lot of shade throwers.

Briefly.co.za learnt that last night show, hosted by Scoop Makhathini and Nadia Nakai, saw Mtv Rap's A-Reece as the last guest to appear on Yo. From a clip on social media, it shows A-Reece giving his opinion on how the race to make money is responsible for music losing its quality.

A-Reece says that it is important to have quality music that people are able to relate to. He feels that due to money being of utmost importance the music is being diluted. The focus has shifted to producing and numbers of how many are sold. Reece says that focus should be placed on taking time to see just how long fans love the song.

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The young rapper was the latest guest to make appearance on the Yo! Mtv Raps on a last night show hosted by Scoop Makhathini and Nadia Nakai. In a short clip shared on social media, Reece is seen talking about how music has lost quality due to the race of making money.

Sccop Makhathini explained that sure there are ‘different strokes for different folks’, but keeping in mind what should remain is a constant variable, is quality!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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