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The Big Hash Hints On Silencing The Doubters With New Music

The Big Hash Hints On Silencing The Doubters With New Music. The Big Hash has been gaining popularity in SA Hip hop by producing more successful songs and following up with hits that have caught Mzansi by storm. The young rapper prefers to remain on top of things when it comes to music and it seems like he got a lot up his sleeves before we kiss goodbye to 2021.

The rapper has shared on his Twitter TL that he will be dropping new music and that will silence those who doubt his capabilities. Big Hash aims to go big this time around, he will be releasing a new mixtape titled “ARIES” on November 19th. “#1 album in the country #1 song in the country WATCH ME SPEAK THESE INTO EXISTANCE. I THRIVE OFF OF DOUBT,” The Big Hash tweeted.

The Big Hash has also announced some good news to his followers. He has mentioned that his new single is now readily available on all platforms. Its clear that the young rapper is aiming to go big and its an indication that he is aiming to end the year on a high. “My new single “Sometimes” is OUT NOW on all platforms! this is my first official release since January,” he wrote.

Big Hash has also disclosed that his debut album will feature Zoocci Coke Dope one of the top Hip hop producers in the game. “Sheeesh. Just spoke to Zoo, looks like we’re gonna executive produce my debut album together. Mad excited to see where that goes, first stop though: my mixtape Aries in November.”

Nonetheless, the rapper recently parted ways with his record company and expressed his joy at the prospect of being allowed to release songs once more. Now that his first album is on the way, surely The Big Hash is having the last laugh.

“I’m finally free! They can’t take my sh**t down no more. It’s comeback season, baby. They can’t stop us!  New mixtape Aries this November,” he tweeted.

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