Kwesta is definitely one of the best rappers in the African hip hop scene right now. Having been in the game for more than 10 years, his run in the game has been one of the most joyful to watch. Moving from "Stomp" to "Spirit," and from "Flash It" to "Khethile Khethile," his growth is unavoidable, and for that reason, Reason has to bring him over to hear the reasoning behind his rhymes.
Who would've thought that Kwesta used to be a poet? Yup, we had no idea too. Taking us back in time to when he started rapping and how he got into the game, DaKAR's story is a different and interesting one. In all that history, he fails to remember the very first verse he wrote. Sounds shady, doesn't it? But it starts making sense when he shares that he wrote speeches for some pupils, a ghostwriter van tuka. What you say and believe today may probably change in the next year, Kwesta brings light to this as Reason brings out some files for "Sh*t You Said," and man, hilarious is an understatement. Check out the brand new episode of Rhymes and Reason with Da King of African Rap below;