- Mzansi rapper Gigi Lamayne revealed on Instagram that she would like to collaborate with A-Reece
- Gigi said this during a Q&A session with her followers on the popular photosharing app
- A-Reece is an artist who has done a lot in the hip hop game at a tender age and fans would love the prospect
When Mzansi musicians want to collaborate with each other, it makes the fans feel like there's plenty of love to go around. Rapper Gigi Lamayne has revealed that she would like to collaborate with the MC A-Reece.
Gigi was playing a Q&A game with her followers on Instagram and she answered a series of questions that her fans were curious about.
One of her followers asked her if she would ever collaborate with A-Reece and Gigi answered that she would love to.
A-Reece has been hot property for a while and has been releasing some bangers for the last few years. He is 23-years-old but he has been working hard to cement his place in the South African hip hop industry.
A-Reece was signed to Ambitiouz Entertainment but left the record label after having financial disputes. Since then, he has been an independent artist.
Reece has two studio albums, titled Paradise and From Me to You And Only You. A -Reece has also won a South African Hip-Hop Award for Lyricist of the Year in 2016 when he was only 19 years old.
Gigi's fans are excited at the prospect of Gigi working with someone as talented as A-Reece. The only question is when it will actually happen.
In other Mzansi music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Big Zulu says Imali Eningi is still the biggest song in Mzansi. Big Zulu has shared that his smash hit Imali Eningi is still the biggest song in the country.
The rapper took to Twitter to share that despite losing the Song of the Year title on Ukhozi FM, his song is still sitting at the number one spot when it comes to Mzansi's radio airplay chart.
The star posted the chart on the micro-blogging app on Tuesday, 5 January. He captioned his post:
"Mali Eningi is still sitting on number one, still the biggest song in the country across all music genres."
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