We just decided to think of all the spitters that dont just rap but have substance in their raps. These cats are constantly dropping new content and next time you see their name with a link to new music on social media make sure you click on it and take in the lyrical capability.
Diz Live used to show us love back in the day dropping freestyles of the news updates from the website. The homie moved on to do better and bigger things his one you need to check out and writes well enough to adapt to any type of rap style from a writing perspective. Get his tape over here
I heard Kid Tini for the first time last year through Ginger Trill and I never paid much attention then. They then submitted his mixtape which we dropped on the site a few weeks ago. Let me say it like this I got a call from some of the industry heavyweights trying to contact him.Since then I've been noticing the co-signs his been getting from established cats. Oh should I also mention that he is only 18 years old.
Priddy has been on his grind for a minute. Really fell in love with his work when I heard his joint Bula Boot. Priddy brings a refreshing sound to the game and has an impeccable beat selection. His also the full package for mainstream success and he even got a big co-sign from KO during his twitterview last week.
I dont think people understand how hard Youngsta works from he was the King of SA Street Rap in 2011
and released 24 Mixtapes in 24 Months between 2010 and 2011) and release 3 EP's in 2012 and 3 Projects in 2013. If that wasn't enough he moved up to Joburg last year and his been in the scene doing his thing with the features. His easily one of my favourite lyricists in this generation of emcees.
If there's a cat that I want to see winning is this one. His writes some of the funniest rhymes I find myself laughing on my own at night. From the streets of Soweto his also working on a full project which should be dropping soon.
The last of our young spitters that you need to lookout for is A-Reece. His rolling with Ambitious but I think he understands the grind a little more than a lot of peers and seems to be more committed to winning.