- Emtee opened up on how much emotion it took to create the album Logan
- Speaking in an interview, Emtee confessed that he had been in a dark place at the time but that Logan helped him release a lot
- Emtee is grateful that fans have appreciated the real rawness of this album and that it was not all for nothing
South African rapper Emtee has come forward to speak about the headspace he was in when crafting his album titled Logan. It takes a lot to put your raw emotions into an album for the world to hear.
The album has done the thing and Emtee is extremely grateful for all the support he has received. At the launch, he was interviewed by ZkhiphaniTV Magazine, where he revealed the emotion that went into making the album.
“No cap, I was in a very unstable state of mind when I made it but I am grateful that everything was from the heart you know and it really spoke life into what was really happening at the time, and just prior to that. And also trying to prophesy my future type thing.”
Logan is filled with everything that Emtee was going through and making the album helped him process all of it. Emtee shared his heart and soul with fans and is glad that it paid off.
Briefly New previously reported that Emtee dropped a banger with Logan and numbers don’t lie. The album is sitting pretty in the number one spot on iTunes in all categories.
Emtee has also received love from industry peers who have shown support for the album. The rapper has gone through a lot and it’s great to see him bouncing back from the fall.
Taking to Instagram, Emtee shared his achievement and expressed gratitude for the love.
It was also reported that Nasty C has taken to social media to show love to Emtee's new album Logan. The There They Go hitmaker and Emtee have been friends ever since they collaborated on Winning a while back. Winning won both the musos many fans when it dropped and it ruled the airwaves at the time.
Nasty C took to Twitter and shared a link to the Roll Up hitmaker's new project. He captioned his post:
"Here for it. Forever."
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