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New Music Friday: Lucasraps Drops “031 to the world 2.0” Featuring Nasty C & More

While Priddy Ugly stole the show last week with his musical style track 30 Minutes To Soweto, this week’s New Music Friday coverage is more thrilling, with releases from both superstars and trending artists.

Along with the arrival of Lucasraps’ star-studded “031 to the world 2.0” has vindicated the sensation of SA hip hop. The Durban rapper made his return with a brand-new body of work that consist of the biggest names in SA hip hop with the likes of Nasty C, AKA and Blxckie.

The rapper could not wait to share the great news with his fans as he took to the show to YFM for the listening session of the new additions to his genius catalogue. Lucasraps released the album “031 To The World” last year. The album contained 11 tracks, all of which he delivered solo. The album became a success with songs like “Side,” “Without Me,” “MUD,” topping the music charts. Now he has once again delivered the follow up.

Following his long hiatus from music, The Big Hash made his comeback with a new single “SHARPSHOOTER.” The rapper took to his Instagram page and share a snippet of the song along with a caption; “My new single “SHARPSHOOTER out now on all platforms,” he wrote. The rapper is yet to drop his debut album and its only a matter of time before he makes it official.

Flvme is also amongst the SA rappers who are on the verge of releasing new albums but at this moment, the rapper is giving his fans the feel of what they should expect. “Prayers Up” is another single release from  Germander II which followed after “Let Me Down.”

Taking to Twitter, the rapper announced the release of the second single from his album as he urged his fans to get the new sound in “Prayers Up.” “WE JUS UNLOCKED THE SECOND ONE !!! PRAYERS UP – OUT NOW LETS RUN IT UP…  http://Platoon.lnk.to/let-me-down  GERMENDER II ‪09 – 09 – 22‬.” Tweeted Flvme.

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