B3nchmarQ Announces New Album Dropping February 2021!

Hip-Hop duo B3nchmarQ set to release their fourth studio album in February 2021!

B3nchmarQ announces new album dropping February 2021! Pretoria duo B3nchmarq have made waves over the years since their entry into the hip-hop industry. The Boss Moves hitmakers were previously signed to Ambitiouz Entertainment but left the record label in 2017 with fellow artists A-Reece and Fifi Cooper. The two brothers have collaborated with Emtee, Miss Pru, Da L.E.S and Flvme and many others.

The rap duo are ready to release their fourth studio album in February 2021. B3nchmarq took to their social media pages to announce that their POWER TRIP ALBUM is on the way and fans should expect their release soon. Their announcement took the shape of a creatively produced 50 second video that briefly investigated their life beginning in Pretoria West in 1999 and the very first hip-hop album they were introduced to when they were younger. The duo is keeping the exact release date of their album under wraps, it hopefully be released soon.

The duo said on twitter, “#POWERTRIPALBUM COMING SOON _/02/2021 #PTA Directed By: PJ, Shot by: PJ, Donovan_DT, and Kiing_Kayy_ZA Edited By, PJ, Score by, Ice Man Beatz”

Watch the introduction video here:

In a previous tweet the rap duo built excitement for their album amongst fans saying by saying their album will be the reason South African Hip-Hop excels in 2021. The pair said, “Besides Reece … Our 2nd Album will be the reason SA Hip-Hop (Underline Hip-Hop), Rises Again in 2021 & Beyond.”

The release of POWER TRIP ALBUM comes off the back of their 2019 release Aspen 2 released under XLR Media Group. Aspen 2featured talent such as Blaklez, 3TWO1, Priddy Ugly and fellow Pretoria native Zooci Coke Dope. Aspen 2 was released uber XLR Media Group.

While you await POWER TRIP ALBUM, You can stream  Aspen 2 here:

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