In part 2 of our sit down with Priddy Ugly we delve into the feasibility of rappers portraying a realistic South African lifestyle before we talk about the plans he had for his album, EGYPT, which didn't manifest as he had desired.
He also talks to us about growing his sound and finding a balance between his multiple flavour transitions. When asked about why he seems to only collaborate frequently with his crew lately, he relays the common story of beats being sent to artists but never coming back, or not gaining support from collaborators. It's such a dope thing to hear him being honest about his experiences, something that is rare in a climate of pretence and facades. We certainly wish him all the goodness with his plans for EGYPT DLX.