- A-Reece's fans got super excited when Ebro Darden of Apple Music 1 gave the talented rapper a shout-out
- The popular US DJ Ebro urged hip-hop fans to add Reece's song Hibachi to their playlist
- A-Reece spoke about the inspiration behind the epic Hibachi song in the clip Ebro posted on Twitter
Talented Mzansi rapper A-Reece's fans lost it when their fave got a shout-out from Ebro Darden of Apple Music 1.
The rapper's stans flooded Ebro's comment section recently when he tweeted a clip of A-Reece. Ebro added that Reece's song Hibachi should be a must-have on any hip-hop head's playlist.
In the clip that Ebro posted, Reece spoke about the inspiration behind Hibachi. He shared that he was basically showcasing his lyrical abilities on the track. The star is one of the dopest rappers in Mzansi when it comes to his pen game. Many have shared that he's a genius when it comes to writing dope bars.
Reece's fans shared their thoughts on Ebro's post. Check out some of their comments below:
"All thanks to Nasty C for putting SA on the map, now they know where to get good music."
"The most anticipated not to mention the most consistent whether you believe it or not."
"My boy is finally doing what he should've done years ago! I'm so proud."
"S/O to you @oldmanebro & @AppleMusic for putting the boy @reece_youngking on the spot we appropriate what y'all do for the culture G.. Straight up."
"Man real talk, A-Reece is the hottest rapper in africa you godda interview him @oldmanebro."
"Independent artist doing things... A-Reece deserves to be out there he has the talent."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that A-Reece trended again on social media after dropping his highly-anticipated mixtape titled Today's Tragedy, Tomorrow's Memory: The Mixtape.
The 13-track project features the likes of Wordz, Jay Jody, Belo Salo, Stogie T and Ayanda Jiya. The star's loyal fans have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts on the mixtape and to talk about their favourite songs in the project.
The hashtag #TTTM has been trending high on the micro-bogging platform when A-Reece dropped the project on Friday morning, 26 March. Check out some of the comments from the talented rapper's stans below:
"What!!! Was J Cole and Kendrick ghostwriting for Reece."
"I'm done comparing A-Reece to African rappers."
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