South Africa’s first hip-hop museum honours 26 iconic Mzansi artists

South Africa’s first hip-hop museum honours 26 iconic Mzansi artists

- South Africa has it's very own and first hip-hop museum located in Johannesburg

- 26 artists were chosen to be the first hip-hop legends honoured for their contribution

- HHP, Kwesta and Cassper Nyovest are some of the hip-hop names inducted to the hall of fame

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On the 5th of December, the Hennessy Wall of Fame inducted 26 hip-hop artists to honour them and their contribution to the genre.

The wall of fame is part of South Africa's first hip-hop museum and is located in the Museum Africa in Newtown. Johannesburg.

The local artists that were inducted into the wall of fame include late legends as well as living ones.

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The full list of inductees in year one include record label owners, producers, rappers and promoters and are:

  • HHP
  • Pro Kid
  • P.O.C
  • Cassper Nyovest
  • Amu
  • Ready D
  • Skwatta Kamp
  • Kwesta
  • Gogga
  • Falco
  • Bionic
  • Battlekat
  • Goddessa
  • Tumi
  • Watkin Jones
  • Lee Kasumba
  • Hymphatic Thabz
  • Osmic Menoe
  • Kenzhero
  • Lance Stir
  • AKA
  • Slikour
  • Da Les
  • Proverb
  • Thasso
  • Emile XY

Osmic Menoe, SA Hip-Hop Awards founder, says the list represents the best of the best.

The artists who made the cut were judged by how long they've been in the music game and the consistency of their work.

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