Top 5 Under 25 SA Rappers Who Dominated 2020! 2020 has been an unprecedented year and the music industry was no exception. Still, stars rose to the occasion and gave their best keeping fans entertained and talking throughout one of the toughest years of out time.
Whilst there are many SA rappers who put out incredible projects and took their careers to new heights, in this list we’re focusing on the younger rappers who will most likely carry the game in the next decade. The 5 rappers under 25 dropped great projects despite the pandemic, they kept people talking and debating and basically dominated the year as far as SA Hip Hop is concerned.
Check them out below.
Nasty C (23)
Nasty C released a mixtape and his much anticipated album, Zulu Man With Some Power. He also collaborated with some of the biggest rappers in the world and performed on global stages. All this during a pandemic.
Kid Tini (23)
Kid Tini continued shaking things up throughout the year with hot singles and made sure people kept talking.
Costa Titch (25)
Costa Titch had the whole industry talking and debating on whether he is a culture vulture. Nomatter which side of the debate you stand, this no doubt elevated his career and it showed in music streams and music video views. He also scooped 3 major nominations for the upcoming SA Hip Hop Awards in the Best Remix, Best Collabo and song of the year categories.
Flame just dropped his much anticipated album Dead Or Alive and it looks like it will carry SA Hip Hop for the rest of the year.
J Molley (22)
J Molley finally released his mixtape All Is Fair In Love & War which had some pretty hot collaborations from the likes of Costa Titch, Yanga Chief, Frank Casino, Focalistic, Nadia Nakai and Riky Rick.