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Listen to pH Raw X’s New Album ‘Sensei Experience Ekeyoto’

pH Raw X releases a new album featuring J Molley, Sho Madjozi, Berita, Una Rams.

Accomplished South African hip-hop producer pH Raw X has crafted hits and classics for some of the country's biggest and most respected artists such as AKA, Sho Madjozi, Reason, Khuli Chana, Maggz and many others.


Since circa 2017, though, pH Raw X started releasing solo music as a rapper and singer after appearing on some songs by the artists he has produced for.

His latest project is titled Sensei Experience Ekeyoto, and has 14 songs that showcase his skills behind the mic and the boards. Assisting him on the project are legends such as Ootz the Afronaut and Riky Rick, among the new wave—the likes of Una Rams, Sho Madjozi, Berita, Ricco and J Molley all appear on the project.

pH has shown himself as an artist who refuses to stay behind, as he continues to incorporate modern styles of producing, rapping and singing in his music. His last two projects Thank God and The Break, both released in 2017 demonstrated his versatility and knack for collaboration.

Sensei Experience Ekeyoto builds on the foundations laid by his last two projects. What's more evident on Sensei Experience Ekeyoto is that he is having with his craft, and that will always translate to a fulfilling listening experience.

Stream Sensei Experience Ekeyoto below:



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