Rapper Yung Swiss claims he changed South Africa's hip-hop scene

Rapper Yung Swiss claims he changed South Africa's hip-hop scene

- Yung Swiss, a local rapper, feels he changed the Mzansi hip-hop scene in a big way

- The muso is planning to make a comeback after being silent for a while

- He says his first project, Bottom Baby, inspired an entire generation

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Yung Swiss has been quiet for almost a whole year but is planning to come back in a big way.

According to SAHipHopMag, the rapper reminded fans that he had a huge effect on the South African hip-hop scene.

He says he earned the right to brag about all his achievements and that he even inspired a whole generation.

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Yung Swiss insists that his first project Bottom Baby inspired a whole generation of peeps.

"My 1st project “Bottom Baby” inspired a whole generation & “Mayo” Started a whole new wave of Hip Hop in S.A. I earned my bragging rights a long time ago lol we just keep it moving where I’m from."

He also gushed over his track David Genaro:

"Man.. that ‘David Genaro’ joint still trending today after so many years. That’s insane! Ima just call my music timeless and leave it at that."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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