- Rapper Cruz Afrika is lucky enough to have a soaring rapping career and now wants to help up and coming graphic designers
- The star said he's giving away R5000 to a graphic artist who can make him the dopest and most unique album cover
- Cruz Afrika is always looking to uplift new talents and shine a stoplight on those who haven't received mass recognition yet
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Rapper Cruz Afrika has spread word that he is in need of interested and talented graphic designers who will make best of his art cover. The art work he is working on is of his upcoming EP titled Half Of Me. The project follows the Godly album, which Cruz dropped back in 2018.
To give fans a chance to participate in the journey of the EP, Cruz is offering R5000 in cash. Cruz took to social media to encourage to send in their designs to get a chance to win the cash prize.
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Cruz has also called on interested upcoming rappers to join his stable, Afrika Hotlines.
He tweeted, “I’ve started signing artists at the label, Afrika Hotlines, and I’m looking for more artists. I want to create stars. Please retweet for a talent out there to see this. They can drop one dope song on email@example.com.”
Cruz Afrika is committed to shining the spotlight on undiscovered talent. He recently posted about a talented young artist who had drawn an amazing portrait of him.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Itu Khune and his beautiful wife, Sphelele Makhunga, have once again served up some major relationship goals. Over the weekend, the flawless Missus Khune showed off her amazing figure and toned abs on her Twitter page. The Bafana Bafana captain could not help but show the mother of his child some love.
Itu and Sphelele have a six-month-old infant daughter. The goalie has said that being a father is the greatest joy he's ever experienced.
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