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Shane Eagle Lines Up His Next International Feature

Shane Eagle Lines Up His Next International Feature. Shane Eagle is easily one of SA Hip Hop’s best lyricists and does it ever so effortlessly. The award winning rapper drops some heavy bars on every track he is featured on and even on his solo work. It seems as if the rapper is gearing up for some more releases in 2021 and he is bringing in the big guns!

The Paris hitmaker recently took to twitter to share what his next International feature looks like. The rapper shared a cropped screenshot of his Instagram DMs and right at the top is a response from American rapper Spitta Andretti. The message from the rapper read, “100! Let’s work G“. Eagle simply captioned the tweet , “eagle x spitta“.

Spitta Andretti is one of the original members of Young Money Entertainment which was founded by Lil Wayne. He is soon to be added to Shane Eagle’s list of International features!

SAMA award winning Shane Eagle has collaborated with some of the most prominent International musicians including Bas, Lute, The Hics, Santi, and theMind.

Eagle has began 2021 on an amazing note with the release of his collaboration with YoungstaCPT AMMO. The two rappers also released a music video for the collaboration showing off the streets of Cape Town. The rapper last dropped a full length project in 2019 when he unleased his sophomore album to fans, releasing the 23 track Dark Moon Flower after his successful debut album.

He also dropped his Xenergy: The Final Saga visual album in 2020 that included some hits from Dark Moon Flower. The visuals from the album are inspired from some of Eagle’s favourite childhood cartoons and games.

The rapper has not announced if he plans to drop another full length project in 2021 but we could be getting more singles from the rapper.

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