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Rouge Names The Rapper She Believes To Be The Best Performer In South Africa

Rouge Names The Rapper She Believes To Be The Best Performer In South Africa. Much like other entertainers in the industry, SAMA nominated rapper Rouge has always shared her opinions on her Twitter page although some might not always agree with her. The Popular hitmaker has surrounded herself with only the best talents in the indusry and is boldly sharing her opinion of who she feels is the best stage performer.

Rouge Claps Back At Fan Who Claims She Booked Her 'Friends' For Her Event

A tweep had asked their followers who they feel is the best performer in South Africa. Without any hestitation, Rouge shared her opinion and named Cotton Club Records owner and award winning rapper Riky Rick as the best.

The two have collaborated before on An Africa Unite campaign on a track that also featured the likes of Sha Sha, YoungstaCPT, DJ Maphorisa and Kabza De Small.

Another tweep challenged Rouge‘s opinion writing that she doesn’t like the other guy and others added to that opinion mentioning Cassper’s name. She clapped back at the tweep saying that a question was asked and all she did was answer it. She said she just thought that Riky was great and should be recognized.

Why do you guys always do that. A question was asked about performers and I just think Ricky is also great and should be recognized. There were other people on this list but yet you also search for personals.” She responded.

Rouge started 2021 on a high note with the release of three singles, one being the remix to her hit Popular that featured new wave rappers Blxckie, Hanna, Tumi Tladi and Costa Titch. Her latest single features African Giants Youssoupa and Sarkodie. She also took a swing at acting and appeared as the lead in a Cell C advert.

She has promised that she will be dropping a new album in 2021 but has not dropped any particulars about the drop.

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