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Listen to Ayanda Jiya’s Debut Album ‘Ayandastand’ Featuring A-Reece, Stogie T, Ziyon and Naomi Parchment

Ayanda Jiya's debut album is here.

Ayanda Jiya has finally delivered her highly anticipated debut album. The South African R&B artist's album is titled Ayandastand—pronounced "I understand," and it features only a few guests rappers Stogie T, A-Reece and singers Naomi Parchment and Ziyon. The rest of the project's 11 songs are just Ayanda sharing her story and insights on love atop production by Zeph Beats. The album includes the lead single "Falling For You," which features A-Reece.

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Sway Was Asked Which South African Rapper Spat The Best Freestyle on His Show, And His Response Was Interesting

Sway says Nasty C stands a big chance of blowing up in the US.

Renowned hip-hop journalist, TV and radio presenter Sway Calloway was in South Africa over the weekend for the Castle Light Unlocked Experience festival. He hosted a live cypher on stage that featured SA rappers A-Reece, J Molley, Moozlie and The Big Hash.

Two days ago, Sway sat down with the hosts of the Fresh Breakfast on Metro FM for an interview. Among other topics, Sway discussed the South African rappers who have appeared on Sway In The Morning in the last few years.

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Listen to Kid Tini, Styles P and Stogie T’s Rappity Rap Single ‘Get Money’

Kid Tini collaborates with OGs, Styles P and Stogie T, in his new single.

Kid Tini, one of South Africa's most talented young lyricists, ropes in veterans Styles P and Stogie T for a bar fest on his latest single "Get Money." Produced by Kreazo (who's produced for the likes of Emtee and Sjava), the song sees the three lyricists each sharing a solid verse exploring the concept of getting money.

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Stogie T’s 10 Best Guest Verses

We rank 10 of Stogie T's guest verses from great to seriously great.

Revered South African MC Stogie T recently announced that he was done lending guest verses to other artists. It's the end of a serious streak. Since 2016, when the MC changed his name from Tumi Molekane to Stogie T, he has rapped some of his best verses, not just on his 2016 self-titled album and the mixtape Honey and Pain (2018), but on songs in which he's featured by other artists.

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