- A-Reece is working with American rapper Joey Fatts on a new joint mixtape and they are both excited
- Taking to social media, Joey Fatts spoke about how much he loves the culture in South Africa and his new name
- Mzansi hip-hop fans haven't really heard much about Joey Fatts but are hoping the mixtape is gonna be heat
Mzansi rapper A-Reece has been working hard in the studio lately and has collaborated with American rapper Joey Fatts to make a joint mixtape. Joey Fatts recently took to social media to give fans a sneak peek into what he's been doing with A-Reece.
Joey did an Instagram Live streaming session with his followers to show them what they can expect from the new record.
"Joey Fatts x A-Reece Mixtape quickly, Worldwide Brothers," he wrote.
The American rapper is enjoying working with A-Reece and also took to social media to reveal his new South African alias - Jabulani. He hasn't been to Mzansi yet but says he has to visit the country soon.
"I gotta come to South Africa the love is unreal wow, hopefully, Reece and I can do some touring after this project," he wrote on Twitter.
South African hip-hop fans haven't heard of Joey Fatts yet and a few were in his comments section asking him who he is. The time for them to get to know him better will come but now, he's just doing promotional work for the mixtape and hoping he can squeeze in a visit to Mzansi soon.
In other music news, Briefly News reported that Kwesta opened up on MacG's Podcast and Chill and knows he's dope. Mzansi rapper Kwesta recently sat down with South African podcaster MacG and set the record straight about a lot of things.
Kwesta opened up about what he's doing now and the separations he's faced while working in the industry. His new album just dropped and it was a good time for him to finally speak up on a lot of issues.
He opened up about what happened to his YouTube channel and revealed that he's having trouble gaining access to it because he doesn't have the login details.
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