#NickFest so lit, I can't tell if they saying "Turtle Power" or "Turn Up Hour"— NastyC (@NastyCSA) March 26, 2017 God bless Black Coffee. I genuinely can not explain what I witnessed rolling with him this weekend in Miami! God bless that man
80% of rappers aren't even saying shit. Can't even write a song about falling IN or falling OUT of love. They just 🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑😙😙— AKA (@akaworldwide) March 20, 2017 90% of rappers make up stats.😙😙 https://t.co/7irjLsHffH— iFani (@iFani_Haymani) March 21, 2017 Yeah.
What an amazing time it is for South African Music 🔥👌🏽 Black Coffee has outdone himself. They should've kept Bucie on the song though. pic.twitter.com/t6sq3cv3dx— MR. #BEENTHINKING (@JuniorDeRocka) March 19, 2017 But Drake could have kept Bucie on the song ☹️#MoreLife pic.twitter.com/rHihshDB6J&
Let me reiterate, I SAID THE KING IS BACK!!! My people!!! I love you!!! #TitoMboweni #ThePoeplesChamp #Blessed #PositiveEnergy #Thuto pic.twitter.com/a2DobxJ05M— Abuti Fill Up (@CassperNyovest) March 18, 2017 What more can you ask for, other than friends who help you clean your flooded apartment 4am in… https:
This is probably the first official South African comedy tape. Okay Wasabi has made humourous video interpretations of songs like Dj Citi Lyt's Vura, Anatii's The Saga and Drake's Hot Line Bling. He's finally dropped a full comedy tape with original material called Lost In Atteridgeville. The tape is in
FCKNG TIRED OF THIS! @tebXa, is #UPROOTED gonna give me back my R31 100, or r u guys jus hopin MarazA wil take this 2 the grave? https://t.co/Exd7HvMWlr— TRIPLE THREAT TONI (@Marazamc) March 11, 2017 REALLY? So people actually think #UprootedMedia works hard for ALL OF
Six weeks at the top of the @METROFMSA top 40 is no joke ..... wow, thank you guys 🙏🏼🔥 #theworldisyours ✈️🌍— AKA (@akaworldwide) March 11, 2017 I'm just glad not everybody is fooled. They will never ever ever catch up. I'm not playing d same game!!! I know
Known as an online sneaker show with substance, HUNTING FOR KICKS is the brainchild of BOYZNBUCKS member Mokgele Kgagara, aka MKAY FRASH. As a pioneer in South African sneaker culture, MKAY has been at the forefront of the progression of street culture using the show as a vehicle to tell