Local Hip Hop Artist’s Who Have Opened For International Acts

Local Hip Hop Artist’s Who Have Opened For International Acts. Since the 2010 World Cup, South Africa has become one of the many popular tourist destinations that international acts want to come and perform at.

Mzansi has seen the iconic international musicians such as Beyonce, Jay Z, J Cole and many more perform on the land of Madiba and a few of our local hip hop acts have had the privileged of opening the show for them.

Here are some of the rapper’s who have been graced with the important task of hyping the crowd up and ushering in international stars at their live concerts.


The Mega was one of the opening acts for Meek Mill when the rapper was tapped as one of the performers for one of Mzansi’s prestigious Hip Hop events in 2019.

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Nasty C 

When award winning hip hop artist Post malone landed in Mzansi, Nasty C was one of the few artists that were assigned to get the party started and open for the American artist.

Frank Casino

2018 was one of hip hop’s greatest years as award winning rapper and producer Chance The Rapper performed in South African and casino was part of a fire line up that opened for the rapper

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J Cole is one of the most respected rappers in the game and when he comes, all the rapper’s are at their highest level including Kwesta who did a stellar job at opening for the international act

Cassper Nyovest

A party isn’t a party without Mufasa which is why he had to be on the list of performing acts on the night of Travis Scotts performance in Mzansi

Sho Madjozi

Bryson Tiller has also blessed our shores with his talent and our trusted Tsonga queen was among those who made sure the night was lit AF through and through.

By Sinakho Mandla

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