It’s one thing to invite someone to do a collaboration with you and the collaboration does well it’s another thing when people ask whose song it is because the person you invited to feature did a better job on the song than you did.
Well the reason behind sa hip hop collaborations is to kill it right? We’ve compiled a list of 10 sa hip hop collaborations we though these sa rappers were really great but the featuring artist/s just killed it better than the initial “owner” of the song.
10 South Africa Rappers That Got Killed On Their Own Song
1. All Eyez On Me – AKA Killed By Burna Boy and JR
Number one on the Hip Hop charts for me at the moment. Burna Boy killed it no lie, we may not know exactly what he says in the chorus of the song but ey the joint goes in because of him. By the way we’re not saying AKA underperformed here either but another awesome part of the song is JR’s verse man All Eyez On Me wouldn’t be the same without that “ha wa fasa” line by JR!
2. Izapha- Dotcom Killed By Cassper Nyovest
So apparently 2014 was Cassper Nyovest’s year, true he even went as far as killing it on someone else’s song (I actually thought that it’s Cassper’s song and Dotcom is the featured artist) uhm. Maftown homie held it down, DotCom did a swell job too, if only had a better stage name maybe we’d remember him. This goes down as one of the most underrated Hip Hop tracks of 2014.
3. Amantombazane Remix- Riky Rick Killed By Kid X, Kwesta
Riky Rick Boss Zonke unfortunately he invited all the kings of Hip Hop to be on one track big mistake homes. Kid X and Kwesta always come through on people’s songs and just kill ish man. “Too many girl not enough rappers too many girls” as simple as that line may be it’s a killer man.
4. Run Jozi- AKA Killed By K.O
K.O Mr CashTime I hope he’s making that cash man. We all know that he laid it down on AKA #factsonly.