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DJ Elque 'Dress To Kill' Ft. Lection

South African hip-hop producer DJ Elque teams up with motswako rapper Lection on 'Dress To Kill.'


Lesotho-born/Joburg-hailing hip-hop producer, DJ and remixer DJ Elque drops his latest banger, “Dress To Kill" featuring motswako rapper Lection. Following up on his well-received single from late last year, "Be Real," the "Arquetect" returns with hard-hitting drums, a screwed vocal sample, and unique verses. We expect this one to start making noise on the radio and in the clubs any day now. Download and listen to "Dress To Kill" below and keep up with Elque here.

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