Nadia Nakai And Gigi Lamayne Announce Collaboration Coming Soon!

Nadia Nakai And Gigi Lamayne Announce Collaboration Coming Soon! Both Nadia and Gigi have began the year on a good note with Nadia shooting the music video for her track Practice featuring Vic Mensa and Gigi Lamayne recently launching her podcast! Well the two rappers have teamed up to drop something hot!

Gigi took to to twitter to shout Nadia Out for the heat they had just created in the studio. Nadia responded to the tweet, mentioning that fans of theirs aren’t ready for what’s to come.

Gigi tweeted, “Did we just do that ?” to which Nadia responded, “Yes!!!! They ain’t ready!“.

The two emcees have joined forces on previous tracks before so this next collaboration won’t be anything short of amazing! The two have worked together on Ambitiouz Entertainment’s own Miss Pru’s all female track Isaga Lam.

They have also featured together on Stogie T’s 2014 remix for his hit track Hello Kitty.

Individually the two emcees have shone bright since the start of 2021. Gigi bagged an ambassadorial deal with popular wine brand Chateu Del Rei. She has also featured on DJ Switch’s track Flood Gates with numerous artists and dropped her own single Fxck Everybody at the start of February 2021.

She has also confirmed that she is in album mode and will drop sometime in 2021.

Nadia shared the behind-the-scenes of her forthcoming music video with Vic Mensa recently that is to be dropped soon. Bragga has also shared with fans that she is working with Nelz on a track as the two spit bars at the Sportscene Studio in Sandton City.

Fans of both female emcees will have to hang tight and wait on their upcoming collaboration. No date has been announced of when they will release or even if there are any other rappers featured on the track. Only time will tell!

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