Big Zulu Talks About Rap Beef Getting Personal as He Prepares to Drop Another Diss Song, '200 Bars'

Big Zulu Talks About Rap Beef Getting Personal as He Prepares to Drop Another Diss Song, '200 Bars'

  • Big Zulu is set to shake up the South African hip-hop scene again with a new diss track titled 200 Bars, following the buzz from his 2022 track, 150 Bars
  • Big Zulu revealed he is busy recording the new track, which will target fellow rappers
  • He also expressed frustration with rap beefs getting too personal, noting some artists insulted his family, which he finds unacceptable
  • Briefly News spoke to upcoming rapper Nielly Slick who explained the importance of beefing in the industry

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Big Zulu is getting ready to shake the South African hip-hop industry again with a diss song. The rapper caused a buzz when he released his controversial diss track, 150 Bars, in 2022.

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Big Zulu about to drop another diss track
Big Zulu has shared more details about his diss track. Image: @bigzulu_sa
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Big Zulu ready to drop another diss track

The hip-hop industry has been drama-free for a while, but Big Zulu is about to change that with another diss track. The star, who charted trends after dropping 150 Bars in August 2022, said fans should brace for another track.

Speaking to TimesLIVE, the rapper said he is busy in the studio recording a track titled 200 Bars, which will also fire shots at fellow rappers.

Big Zulu complains about beefs getting personal

Rap beefs are not for the faint-hearted. The world recently witnessed two great rappers, Drake and Kendrick, fighting with bars. The Umbayimbayi hitmaker also touched on how some rappers get too personal and attack his family and loved ones. He said:

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"I started a beef, I never used vulgar words in my song, but in retaliation, some artists decided to insult me and my mother and when we met they expected me to understand or be cool with the situation. You insult my mother, it's no longer a beef."

Speaking to Briefly News, rapper Nielly Slick said rap beefs are important because they push the rappers to bring their A-games. He said:

"Rap beefs are like the fuel that keeps the hip-hop engine roaring. They push artists to bring their, sharpen their skills, and drop their hardest bars.
"It’s all about showing who's got the real talent and who’s just fronting. Beefing adds that raw edge to the culture, making it more vibrant and exciting for both the artists and the fans."

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