While DJ Capital is in the United States, he is raising the South African flag, particularly in favour of SA's hip-hop scene. He shared as much on Twitter when producer royale pH Raw commented his two cents on the topic of South African DJs and their participation (or lack thereof) in promoting new music. The conversation went back and forth for a little, but neither party was "warring" as we often come to expect from disagreements online. Check out their exchange below!
You right, but it’s a discussion that needs to be held, it’s obvious there is either a misunderstanding between DJs and artists on this issue or something, cos it’s not the 1st time it’s come up...— GroovyP (@pH_rawX) July 5, 2019
Important this thing. The relationship between SA artist and DJs has to be stronger than with anyone else. I guess it’s important to keep repeating things until they are part and parcel
— GroovyP (@pH_rawX) July 5, 2019
You think so, you think we’ve taken a step back in this regard? Damn!! How do you think egos will play a bigger roll this time?— GroovyP (@pH_rawX) July 5, 2019
Eish!!!— GroovyP (@pH_rawX) July 5, 2019
We need each other... we need to re-strategize....— AmeriCap!! ???????????????? (@DJCapital90) July 5, 2019