Musician Sjava calls for SA rappers to rap in their home languages

Musician Sjava calls for SA rappers to rap in their home languages

Local rapper, Sjava, isn't very happy that Mzansi rappers aren't doing their thing in their native languages. He took to social media to comment on this and sparked quite a debate over the matter.

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The Twitter streets were buzzing after musician Sjava shared his opinion on rappers rapping in English.

The rapper isn't very happy that musos aren't using vernacular in their music, and when he mentioned this in a tweet, he started a debate about the matter.

"So vele at that Meek show yesterday there was not even one rapper that raps in a South African Language at the Sway cyphers."

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Mzansi discussed how it's a good thing that rappers use English so they can reach a bigger audience.

Others felt that rapping in English doesn't mean a rapper wants to be American. Briefly.co.za noticed that some tweeps felt that doing their thing in their mother languages didn't prohibit musicians at all.

Check out what some of Sjava's followers had to say:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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