Imagine a house where the chores are split up between Nasty C, Rowlene, and Tellaman. One does the dishes, the other mops the floor and the other wipes the dishes. That's a clean version of SMA, and Rowlene gives us a picture of sharing a house with the guys when Slikour and Ayanda MVP called her up to discuss her upcoming album on part two of the 9th episode of What SA Hip Hop Said.
Before getting into that conversation though, they have a young chat with Smashis (my bad, I meant Zingah) who spoke to Slikour and Ayanda about how he misses going off on raps. We can testify that the ninja really did miss rapping, and we're happy to see that he's slowly going back to this as we've seen him dropping some raps in the studio with Sliqe. We wonder what they've been recording though. You think lean is a new generation thing, Zingah and Slikour share a brief history on who pioneered lean. Now we know who to blame for the kids getting high. To no success, Slikour and Ayanda tried getting hold of Yanga Chief, but it seems the homie was out practicing the lyrics to "Utatakho." In a single day, Hip-Hop says a whole lot, but here's what Hip-Hop said in the month of May: