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Listen to Sliqe’s New Album ‘Injayam, Vol. 2’

Stream Sliqe's new album.

South African hip-hop deejay Sliqe has finally released his sophomore album. Injayam, Vol. 2 is a sequel to his debut album Injayam, Vol. 1, which he released in 2016.


The new project features an array of talent, both established and up-and-coming. Heavyweights like Cassper Nyovest, Kwesta, K.O, Emtee, Anatii and others appear on songs alongside the new wave of SA hip-hop, from Maglera Doe Boy to Nayle Ayla, The Big Hash and a whole lot more.

The single, the flawless collaboration between K.O and Emtee, "Injayam" appears on the project. The music video is currently playing on MTV Base and will be released online next week.

Just like most albums by deejays, the project brings listeners unpredictable collaborations. A great example is the aforementioned combination of Emtee and K.O. "Fresh Jig" is another interesting combo of artists with completely different styles—Champagne69, 25K and Maglera Doe Boy.

Injayam, Vol. 2 precedes the EP Navy Black, which the deejay and producer released in 2018. Sliqe has gifted the scene with a series of hits since around 2015, with singles like "Do Like I Do," "iLife" and "On it" among many others.

Listen to Injayam, Vol. 2 below:



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