Rapper Blaklez says A-Reece is "important" in Mzansi's hip-hop scene

Rapper Blaklez says A-Reece is "important" in Mzansi's hip-hop scene

- Blaklez believes that A-Reece is currently one of the most important rappers in Mzansi's rap music scene

- The star took to Twitter to share his thoughts on the current competition among Mzansi rappers who are about to drop new albums

- Blaklez is also putting final touches to his EP titled Bear Energy and a collaboration album with PdotO titled Lost Diamonds

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Blaklez has taken to social media to share that A-Reece is one of the most important rappers in Mzansi's rap music scene right now. With so many Mzansi rappers preparing to drop their projects in the near future, Brother Bear believes that Reece is the one to watch.

Blaklez is also preparing to drop his two upcoming projects including an EP titled Bear Energy and a collaboration album with PdotO titled Lost Diamonds.

The Freedom Or Fame hitmaker surprised many fans when he gave props to the 23-year-old rapper. Out of the blue, Blaklez tweeted:

"Reece Important."

Tweeps flooded his comment section with mixed reactions to his post about the young rapper. Below are some of the reactions:

@G_Mosidi said:

"It's very rare to see other artists acknowledging Reece, you're also important Lesego."

@naykhumalo wrote:

"I love your energy towards Reece bro, you've always been true. Real ones like you are rare out here. Bless up."

@realglue said:

"'My social media is not popping. let me tweet about Reece'."

@GiftMashilo808 added:

"You want a feature don't you?"
Rapper Blaklez says A-Reece is "important" in Mzansi's hip-hop scene

Rapper Blaklez has said that A-Reece is "important" in the Mzansi's hip-hop scene. Image: @showtime_blaklez/Instagram @theboydoingthings/Instagram
Source: Instagram

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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nasty C has denied that he pushed forward the release of his much-anticipated album, Zulu Man With Some Power, after his rival A-Reece hinted that he will drop his project this month.

When Nasty C and his record label Def Jam Recordings announced last week that he will also release his album this month, social media users accused them of rushing the project because A-Reece dropped a teaser for his own project.

The two rappers' loyal fans started speculating who will drop the dopest album between the two stars shortly after Nasty C's announcement.

Briefly.co.za reported when Nasty C trended after news broke that the two stars are set to release their highly-anticipated projects this month. The There They Go hitmaker is set to release his album on 28 August. Reece is also preparing to drop Paradise 2 sometime this month.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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