- A-Reece has 'blue ticked' Shane Eagle's classic album Yellow, which was released back in 2017
- Shane also took to social media to hint that the two Mzansi rappers may have a collab coming up soon
- Excited social media users have shared their reactions since Reece showed loved to Shane on Twitter
A-Reece has taken to social media to praise Shane Eagle's 2017 album, Yellow. The 23-year-old rapper described Shane's classic album as a piece of art that needed to be treated with special care.
The Zimbali hitmaker, who is preparing to drop his much-anticipated album titled Paradise 2, is not known for praising other Mzansi rappers, hence many were surprised by his recent tweet. Reece captioned his post:
"Please treat this like a mural... not just any mural @Shane_Eagle| YELLOW."
Upon seeing this, Shane hit Reece back and hinted that they may have a project on the way.
Their fans got excited and took to Shane's comment section to share their views on the possible collab.
"Paradise 2 with only Shane as a feature could destroy some albums."
"As slimes we want this to happen, please make us happy."
"That record would be a classic."
"This feature needs to happen period!"
In other hip-hop news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nasty C denied that he pushed forward the release of his recently dropped album, Zulu Man With Some Power, after his rival A-Reece hinted that he will drop his project last month.
When Nasty C and his record label Def Jam Recordings announced that he will also release his album in August, social media users accused them of rushing the project because A-Reece dropped a teaser for his own project.
Briefly.co.za reported when Nasty C trended after news broke that the two stars were expected to release their highly-anticipated projects last month. The There They Go hitmaker released his album on 28 August. The album trended on social media when he released it. Reece is also preparing to drop Paradise 2 soon.
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