- Mzansi muso and rapper, Blaklez, took to Twitter to open up a Q&A session with his followers
- The hour-long session was really interesting, helping fans get up, close and personal with the rapper
- Briefly.co.za chose some of the best questions and answers from the session
When Blaklez offered to conduct a Q&A session with his fans on Twitter, no one realised how awesome it would be.
For those of you who don't know, Lesego Moiloa, better known by his stage name, Blaklez, is an Mzansi rapper who once dated and fathered a child with media personality, Dineo Ranaka.
He is known for his hit albums, A Broken Man's Dream (2015), Black Beast (2013), Baby Brother (2018) and Strada (2019 EP).
The rapper took to Twitter earlier today to address his fans questions, using the hashtag, #AskBlaklez.
Here are some interesting feedback from his Q&A session:
This is what Blaklez had to say about him referring himself to "Rap Steve Biko".
Blaklez said there's always room for improvement when a fan asked him if he's content with the level of music he has now.
When asked about collaborations, this is what he had to say:
Blaklez is working on a new album but is unsure when he will be dropping it, he does not want to do this alone. So looks like collaborations will be a thing to look out for.
Blaklez also hinted at a theme for his new album, which happens to do with the state of the country right now. The rapper hopes to spread some positive energy.
The rapper is also working on a summer clothing range.
His advice to emerging rappers is to be themselves, and not change who they are.
He said storytelling is his gift when asked about what encouraged him to consider hip-hop.
Blaklez also addressed a few random questions from his fans:
Getting a little personal, Blaklez shared some answers about his daughter and ex bae:
Meanwhile, eight months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that fans were in for a treat when rapper Blaklez shared a video jamming to fellow rapper Cassper Nyovest’s song.
The song, Ayoba, dropped late last year is the second track on Cassper’s latest album, Sweet and Short. Fans began speculating about a possible collaboration between the two rappers, tagging Cassper for confirmation. The rapper responded by saying that he would be happy for Blaklez to remix the song.
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