- Mzansi muso, Shane Eagle's debut mixtape, Dark Moon Flower, received international recognition at worldwide premiere
- His cover art band images were also shared on a New York billboard recently, which Shane shared snaps of on Instagram
- Fan reacted with joy after seeing the news on social media
Mzansi muso, Shane Eagle, has much to be proud off. The success of his debut mixtape, Dark Moon Flower, had reached new heights, including international recognition.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Shane dropped a new mixtape a few weeks ago. It consists of 10 songs with Black and Paris as the lead singles he released prior to the mixtape. The two singles evoked much interest that when he released the mixtape, fans couldn’t help but rave over how great it is.
Shane took to social media to share snaps of his Dark Moon Flower on a billboard in New York City. He wrote: “Big Ugly in Time Square. Dark Moon Flower premiere in New York last night, new project out now worldwide! @Eagle¬¬_Ent_ this slap different when you’re a kid all the way from South Africa. This a world premiere.”
The Yellow rapper premiered his mixtape in the Big Apple and it has become available globally. It is impressive how big Shane Eagle has become, being an independent artist.
Shane's tweet gathered 6.2k likes and 1.6k retweets. Fans went crazy with the news and posted congratulatory messages to the rapper. They said Shane is making Mzansi proud.
Here are a few comments for Shane's tweet:
Meanwhile, nine days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Shane Eagle had been on fire ever since he dropped his new EP. One fan even went as far as calling him Mzansi’s Drake.
Fans have been losing their minds over every single track, clip, post and video Shane has released in connection to his debut mixtape, Dark Moon Flower.
Briefly.co.za knows how long fans waited for Dark Moon Flower to drop and now that it has, their minds have been blown. Shane collaborated with Nasty C, Bas, Lute, Santi, Caleborate and a few more on this lit album.
An incredibly excited and impressed fan took to social media to make it clear that Shane is clearly the Drake of Mzansi. Being compared to the 'king of hip-hop' is a compliment and a half.
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