- Mzansi rapper A-Reece has dropped a snippet of his new song on social media
- A-Reece is expected to drop his highly-anticipated album titled Paradise 2 in the near future and his fans cannot wait anymore
- A-Reece sent his fans, who want him to drop the album soon, into a frenzy when Mashbeatz shared the snippet of the new song
A-Reece has been trending on social media since his producer Mashbeatz dropped a snippet of his new song late on Wednesday. The rapper's fans went into a frenzy and the hashtag #Paradise2 started trending on Twitter.
The star is expected to drop his highly-anticipated album Paradise 2 before the end of this year. His fans have been encouraging him to drop the album soon since most Mzansi rappers have released their projects.
Reece's rival in the Mzansi hip-hop scene Nasty C has dropped his album Zulu Man With Some Power. Cassper Nyovest has also recently dropped his Any Minute Now album.
Check out some of the reactions from tweeps since Mashbeatz dropped the teaser on Wednesday.
"Reece is back."
"Mannn drop the album, stop playing."
"Reece should drop Paradise 2 this Friday. I'm tired of waiting."
"How can one man be this good, the boy is blessed."
"I know some artists are nervous as hell right now."
Briefly.co.za recently reported that A-Reece's fans took to social media using the hashtag #Paradise2 to plead with the rapper to release his album. Reece trended shortly after Cassper Nyovest dropped AMN on Friday morning, 11 September. His fans claimed that every time a Mzansi rapper drops an album, Reece's name pops up. Some of his stans also think it is now the right time for him to release the project.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that the Zimbali hitmaker had hinted that he would drop his album in August but for some reason that never happened. Reece also trended when Nasty C dropped Zulu Man With Some Power on 28 August. A-Reece's fans had accused Nasty C of rushing to release his project because their fave had shared a trailer of Paradise 2 on Twitter in August. He dismissed the rumours.
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