SA Hip Hop’s Top 5 Lyricists Of 2018! 2018 has been a big year for the SA Hip Hop culture with artists breaking boundaries in the music industry.
We have also seen artists break boundaries lyrically with some of the best verses to ever come out of the SA Hip Hop industry being dropped. The most notable verse lyrically that dropped this year was undoubtedly Stogie T’s freestyle on Sway In The Morning. Check Out SA Hip Hop’s top 5 lyricists in 2018.
Stogie dropped some of the hardest verses in SA Hip Hop this year from his Sway In The Morning freestyle to his featured verses on Zakwe’s Roots and AKA’s Starsigns. He proved his worth as a lyricist dropping his mixtape Honey And Pain which was a strong project when it comes to the verses on it and the general message.
Kid X’s debut album Thank Da King solidified his position as one of the strongest lyricists in the country both in vernac and English. He served several thought provoking verses on the project along with bars that left fans scratching their heads.
A-Reece’s lyrical genius is unmatched and proved his worth as a lyricist yet again this year on the several projects he dropped with his crew. This year the rapper took on the challenge of paying strong attention to melody and fused it with over the top lyrics.
Nasty C brought the heat yet again on his Sophomore album Strings And Bling with some of his best verse yet. The rapper tackles issues like racism and love at the same time on his album in a rather simple way that his fans can relate to.
Reason dropped one of the most lyrical rap album’s this year which tackles a number of social ills that South Africans face on a daily basis. From corruption to racial profiling by police in South Africa, the rapper does this on catchy beats dropping some thought provoking knowledge.