- Reason opened up about the time when he did not have the finances to promote his album Azania
- Back when Reason was an independent artist were some of the hardest times of his life
- Reason let the fan know that there was no marketing for the album Azania simply because he couldn’t afford any
Reason opened up about the time when he did not have the finances to promote his album. Getting to where he is today took a lot of hard work and not many realise that.
Back when Reason was an independent artist were some of the hardest times of his life. Having to handle every aspect of your music puts a heavy weight on one's shoulders. Getting into a conversation with a social media user about his album Azania, Reason opened up about the tough times.
Reason let the fan know that there was no marketing for the album simply because he couldn’t afford any. It is raw and real truths like these that make fans respect artists on another level.
“This album was fire but there was no marketing plan behind, I waited and waited for Nkosi Yam video but yeah... Life goes on. Waiting on the new music Brother.”
“Truth is... I had no money at the time. I was independent. And I had spent a a lot of money creating it, moving into a new home and preparing for the twins. The only option I had was to sign to a major but they were giving me bad deals. So I DIYed.”
Reason Rapper is no new name to South Africans hip hop and rap lovers. He is a popular artist whose songs have been making headlines. Apart from his celebrity status, the young artist is also a father to four children whom he adores spending time with.
The artist started recording music in 2005 and has been soaring high since then. He gained popularity in the hip hop world after releasing hit songs such as Breathe. The musician has also collaborated with various top-notch artists in the industry.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Emtee has responded to a fan who asked him when hewould be dropping his album Logan. The star promised his fans an album at the beginning of the year when he released two singles leading to the release of Logan.
His fans are still waiting for the project until today. The star recently told one of his stans on Twitter that there are no deadlines in music.
Emtee said that he shouldn't be rushed because he's still working on the album. The Roll Up hitmaker asked the fan to "stop disturbing him" but "wait".
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