Top 5 Best SA Hip-Hop Remixes 2019/20. One of the best parts of SA Hip-Hop is when rappers come together to deliver fire verses on tracks. The industry has grown exponentially, and the concept of a remix has introduced different styles of rap on one track. Here is a look at the 5 best hip-hop remixes from 2019 and 2020.
Costa Titch – Nkalakhata Remix featuring AKA and Riky Rick
Costa Titch’s Nkalakhata made waves as his breakout single he attracted a lot of attention and gained a massive following from it. After AKA and Riky Rick posted videos of themselves jamming to the song, Costa Titch found it fitting to have the two rappers on the remix. The track won best remix at the South African Hip-Hop awards in 2020.
Yanga Chief Utatakho Remix – featuring Riky Rick, Dee Koala, and Boity
Off of his Becoming A Popstar album, Yanga Chief’s Utatakho was one of his singles. He was joined by Riky Rick, Dee Koala and Boity leading the song to be nominated for a South African Hip-Hop Award in 2020. The music video for the song is currently sitting on more than 1.2 million views.
Big Zulu – Ama Million Remix featuring Zakwe, YoungstaCPT, MusiholiQ, Kwesta
Big Zulu released the remix for Ama Million off the back of the success of the single in 2019. Also a South African Hip-Hop award nominee. The song has a diverse number of rappers on it and became a hit in 2020.
Cassper Nyovest Nyuku Remix featuring HHP, Khuli Chana, Mo’Molemi, Towdee Mac, Tuks and DJ Lemonka
Cassper recorded his Nyuku remix for his latest album release Any Minute Now and featured a few hip-hop heavyweights on it. The original song was featured on his album Thuto.
Blaklez – DMX Prayer Remix featuring Tshego, Zakwe, Emtee and Jay Hood
Blaklez brought a number of voices together to create the remix for his song DMX Prayer. The original song featured Reason and was released as a single.