In the final part of his Balcony Interview, YoungstaCPT touches on his time in Johannesburg. During his time as a Johannesburg resident, he resided in Hillbrow and collaborated with the likes of Nasty C, Priddy Ugly, and more. Upon his return to Cape Town, he notes, he almost felt like a "big fish in a small pond." Youngsta gets into his relationship with his mother and by extension how he came to learn to love Coloured women. In fact, he gets into why he named one of his tracks "For Coloured Girls."
More controversially, Youngsta speaks on the appropriation of Coloured culture. The song in particular, "GHAM," unpacks the fact that being a Coloured man is natural for him, that it is neither an adopted nor appropriated life that he lives. Slikour, your host and interviewer, and the Cape Town-based rapper got even further into race relations while drawing comparisons to the shared struggles of the Black and Coloured communities.
There's no good way to synthesize the importance of their conversation into words, so we encourage you to enjoy the video below!