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Riky Rick Joins The Big Hash On The 17-Year-Old Rapper’s Latest Banger

Listen to The Big Hash's latest single "Dark Horse," featuring Riky Rick.

Riky Rick keeps highlighting young rappers that move him. At this year's Back To The City, Riky brought out the 17-year-old rapper The Big Hash to perform his own song during Riky's set.

Riky joints the young rapper on his latest single, "Dark Horse." Just like most of The Big Hash's song, the bass and kicks thump hard while he devours the instrumental with high-precision flows and an unmatched conviction.


Riky Rick takes shots at the establishment in his verse, rapping, "Peep my credentials/ I'm the one who killed the Metros." Later on in his verse, he reveals there's a bounty on his head. Huh?

The Big Hash is one of the hottest up-and-coming South African rappers at the moment. His latest EP The Life+Times of a Teenage Influence… is a compelling listen that lets you know that the future of SA hip-hop is bright.

Listen to "Dark Horse" below, and revisit our review of EP The Life+Times of a Teenage Influencehere.


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Malawians Head Back to Voting Polls in Historic Re-election

Malawians will be casting their votes yet again after the country's Constitutional Court ruled that the May elections of 2019 had been rigged.

Malawians are casting their votes today after the Constitutional Court annulled the results of the May, 2019 elections due to rigging, Aljazeera reports. Judges made the ruling based on evidence presented to them which included tally sheets which had been tampered with using correctional fluid. Malawi is the second African country after Kenya to ever annul a presidential election over irregularities.
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