SA Rappers Who Have Failed To Get A-Reece Featured On Their Songs In 2020. Reece’s work ethic has been criticized by a lot of people who feel he has a lot of potential to remain as chilled as he is. What most people aren’t aware of is that the 23 year-old is playing by the rules of his own book.
Reece has been commended for having the most loyal fan base in the SA Hip Hop industry. He might not capitalize on that but he is winning in his own way. His talent and skills has led to him becoming influential not to just to fans but fellow rappers as well.
A number of artists have expressed their desires to work with the Selfish rapper, some have even reached out to him with no luck at all. Another interesting giveaway was on how he doesn’t like doing interviews which may also reference his ideals on features.
“I don’t want none of that no more, it gotta be curated. It gotta sound like a storyline, it gotta be well planned. It gotta be well thought-out, it gotta have substance. ‘Cause, man, these days, I could tell you right now, the questions people got for me, if I answer them, then a nigga gotta get paid. Because if I tell the story that I got right now, a lot of motherfuckers gon’ get paid. You gon’ get paid if I tell you what’s poppin’?”
Artists such as Khuli Chana, Ayanda Jiya, The Big Hash, Ex-Global and Mashbeatz are the ones that have gotten the chance to work closely with A-Reece.
Below are SA Rappers Who Have Failed To Get A-Reece Featured On Their Songs
— #Senzenina OUT NOW ❤️ (@Rouge_Rapper) April 22, 2019
— Brother Bear 🐻 (@Blaklez) August 9, 2020
I get the impression that Reece does whatever the Fuck he wants, when he wants to … I can respect that. Sounds like someone I know 🙂 https://t.co/WES8EvZmWJ
— AKA (@akaworldwide) September 12, 2020
A reece is a great artist the reason why he is not getting the shine he deserves is bcuz the boy lacks work ethic
— Godwill Majola (@Godwill_Majola) July 4, 2019
Expressed an interest of making amends by working with Reece after their beef when he left Ambitiouz Entertainment. “”I feel like music is greater than words of exchange. Just because I said ‘F you’ yesterday, it don’t mean I shouldn’t work with you,” said the Hustla speaking to Zkhiphani.