Reason advises viral schoolkid on what to study to help rap career

Reason advises viral schoolkid on what to study to help rap career

- A schoolkid has gone viral online with his phenomenal rap skills

- He was captured on video rapping to a fire beat while at school

- Reason has now stepped up to say that he is willing to work with the kid and help launch his career

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Briefly.co.za reported that a schoolboy has gone viral for his out-of-this-world rapping skills.

He started trending with plenty of people suggesting he could rap professionally.

Experienced rapper Reason quickly stepped up to take the young man under his wing.

Reason tweeted, "Wait. Is that Bedfordview High? OK dope. I'ma pull up on you on Friday. We got some work to do."

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It would certainly be an incredible stroke of luck for the schoolboy to work with an established artist at such a young age, but others pointed out that this might disrupt his schooling.

Reason actually came up with a few suggestions of what the youngster could further his studies in that would be in line with a career in music.

He wrote, "As a rapper, he needs to develop other skills or traits. There’s no tertiary education for rapping, so study fields that support it: business, marketing, film, sound engineering, digital, anything - even if it’s self-teaching.

"It’s investing in yourself before the world invests in you.”

The young boy, who goes by the handle @Skitriah on Twitter, is super-excited to work with Reason.

He responded, "Alright bett. See you then."

Reason has four kids of his own, so he knows a lot about handling the younger generation.

Briefly.co.za reported that he and his partner, presenter Lootlove, recently threw their one-year-old twin girls a fabulous birthday party.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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