It's not easy to constantly be dropping bangers but sometimes the fans just get impatient. It's a challenge to stay relevant but musicians have to try and keep up with the demands.
Briefly News compiled a list of rappers who promised that they would deliver with some new music this year.
The competition is getting stiff with more rappers entering the game. The ones who have already made it have pressure to keep up and give their fans some more music. Briefly News takes a look at rappers who said they would drop albums in 2021.
1. Big Zulu
After the success of Imali Eningi, the rapper has been doing some big things and his new singles are doing pretty well. A few thought he'd be a one-hit-wonder but he's showing that he's got more up his sleeve.
Big Zulu says that he's going to drop a new record this year and has shared pictures of himself working on it but hasn't given his fans a release date yet.
2. Yanga Chief
The rapper was under the shadow of others when he used to do a lot of features but after the success of his last two projects, he's ready for more. Yanga doesn't want the heat to die down and he's ready to give the people what they want.
Yanga Chief won a SAMA for his album Becoming A Pop Star in 2020 and he's dropping again in 2021.
Rouge has already released a few singles but she's going to release a full project this year. Her first album The New Era Sessions did really well and she's ready to give the fans a taste of more. The beautiful rapper has already collaborated with names such as Youngsta CPT and Jack Parrow.
Flvme is currently working on a solo project but also plans on releasing a joint album with an American rapper who goes by the stage name 24 Hrs. Flvme has challenged Emtee and will be waiting to see if he can back up his words with his music.
In other music news, Briefly News reported that Emtee celebrated Logan being the number one hip-hop album.
Emtee has taken to social media to celebrate that his recently released album Logan is still the Number 1 hip-hop project on digital music streaming platforms.
The Roll Up hitmaker dropped the dope album on 9 April and it has been sitting at the top of the charts since then. The rapper is doing well as an independent artist.
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