- Slikour has confirmed that a Skwatta Kamp reunion is in the works
- The rapper said that the group is working on something and would be dropping the project soon
- This hip hop team has produced some of the best classics in the industry and fans have been begging them to reunite
Slikour has confirmed that Mzansi will hear the dopest of verses from legendary hip hop group Skwatta Kamp once again. The rapper said that a reunion was in the works and the group would be dropping some fire soon.
Hip hop fans have a reason to celebrate after Slikour shared that Skwatta Kamp would reunite to drop some music.
Skwatta Kamp’s impact in the industry is something Mzansi fans can never forget, so much so that they have been begging for a reunion for a very long time now.
Speaking to DJ Doowap, Slikour confirmed that there will be a reunion after years of separation.
The group consisted of Infa, Nish, Shugasmakx, Flabba, Nemza and Bozza. The group reconciled once to pay tribute to Flabba after his death in 2018 titled There You Go.
We can't wait to hear the new material, if it's anything like their old classic Moya, then we are in for a fantastic time.
“Asked by host DJ Doowap if we would ever get to hear from Skwatta Kamp again, he (Slikour) replied with a confident yes & that there is something big in the works.”
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Zola 7 trended on social media recently after he shared a rare pic of himself chilling outside his home. The musician's fans flooded his comment section to praise him for his contribution in the Mzansi entertainment industry.
Zola changed the lives of many people in the country with his uplifting songs and through his show titled Zola 7. The show aired from 2002 to 2010 on SABC 1. Each episode focused on a young person who with support from Zola realised his or her dream.
He also recently hosted a Moja Love show called Hope with Zola. It focused on the alleviation of social problems like youth unemployment and the housing shortage.
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Source: Briefly News