Representing: 5 Male South African rappers to look out for next year

Representing: 5 Male South African rappers to look out for next year

Briefly.co.za compiled a list of 5 extremely talented rappers in Mzansi to keep an eye on in 2020. These artistes have been working hard to achieve their success and the fruits of the hard work is paying off.

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This year has seen a lot of new talent hit the music industry. A handful of SA hip hop artistes have been pushing their music career for a while now, giving it the best they can to solidify themselves in the entertainment industry.

Focalistic is one of the biggest rappers who made this list. This year the young rapper bagged collaborations with artistes such as Major League DJz and Cassper Nyovest. The ‘Klippa’ rapper has been dropping music almost every month this year with featured verses and his own singles.

Another rapper to look out for next year is Costa Titch who has his single ‘Nkalakatha’ bumping the radio stations ever since her dropped it. Costa was able to get two of the biggest rappers, AKA and Riky Rick in SA to feature on the remix.

Briefly.co.za compiled a list of 5 rappers to look out for next year.

1. Focalistic

2. Costa Titch

3. 25K

4. Lucasraps

5. Die Mondez

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Meanwhile earlier today, Briefly.co.za reported that generally having come from improvised backgrounds, Mzansi rappers know what it’s like to struggle.

Briefly.co.za, like the rest of Mzansi, has been truly touched by the amazing acts of kindness so many celebs have done this year.

From buying a kid new running shoes as Cassper Nyovest did to donating dresses from matric dances as Thando Thabethe did, Mzansi celebs have shown how even the smallest act of kindness can change a person’s entire life.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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