- Da L.E.S has officially released his new album titled Caution To The Wind
- Da L.E.S worked with the likes of AKA, Nadia Nakai and Emtee, among others, on the new project
- Mzansi hip-hop fans have taken to social media to share their favourite tracks from the album
Da L.E.S is one of the many Mzansi artists who dropped their projects on Friday, 27 November. The rapper released his 12-track album titled Caution To The Wind.
The star features dope rappers such as AKA, Nadia Nakai, Emtee and Focalistic, among others. South African hip-hop fans have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts on Da L.E.S' new project. Most tweeps have shared their favourite tracks on the album.
Da L.E.S is famous in Mzansi for dropping bangers especially with his favourite collaborator AKA. Supa Mega features on the North God's new track titled Starlight. Those who have listened to it have expressed that it is a banger. Check out some of the comments below:
Rapper Khuli Chana said:
"SA HIP HOP’s TRUE NORTH GOD!!! @2freshLES BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!! #CautionToTheWind."
"Ayy ayy! What Da LES did on this album can never be undone."
"Do right and pick up that brand new @2freshLES #CautionToTheWind, his 6th album in this piece. The consistency is truly unmatched."
"Feelin' this @2freshLES ft. @Maggz10 joint off #CautionToTheWind called Gucci Snakes."
"@2freshLES thank you. #CautionToTheWind is what I expected it to be. This jam with @Maggz100 is a classic record!"
"The father to all these new dudes dropped today. North God himself."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Yanga Chief has officially dropped his new album titled Pop Star. The award-winning rappers features artists such as Thabsie, Frank Casino and Tshego AMG, among others, in the 15-track project he released on Friday, 27 November.
South African rappers and hip-hop fans have reacted to the Utatakho hitmaker's dope album. Most of them have shared that the star has dropped one of the most solid rap albums in Mzansi this year. Yanga took to Twitter to share that he is now feeling well after his album was well-received by Mzansi music lovers. Yanga wrote:
"Thank you South Africa. Feeling much better this morning. Ndingayintoni ngaphandle kwenu (what will I be without you). Let me know which one is your favourite."
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