SA Rappers Who Featured Amapiano Artists In 2022

SA Rappers Who Featured Amapiano Artists In 2022. The “SA Hip Hop Is Dead” conversation since the dominance of Amapiano is now a thing of the past. SA rappers and Amapiano cats are now working together for the betterment of South African sound and expanding Mzansi music to the world.

SA Rappers Who Featured Amapiano Artists In 2022

We have seen several well-known rappers work with Amapiano artists this year, and the hottest song in the nation right now has an Amapiano star. On that note, we are going to jog your memory a bit as we unveil SA rappers who have worked with Amapiano artists on their songs this year.

K.O Ft Young Stunna On SETE

K.O. delivered the song of the year in SETE but the rapper could’ve not done it without the vocal prowess of the Amapiano sensation Young Stunna. The Adiwele hitmaker delivered perhaps the best verse on the song as the SR3 album lead single went on to break records on the Radio Monitor’s music chart.


AKA’s comeback to music with Lemons Lemonade featuring Nasty C has been exceptional. The single has been giving competition to K.O’s SETE on the music charts and that shows the length the Supa Mega has gone to deliver one of the best sounds this year. Despite the success of Lemons Lemonade, AKA came through again with another single in Paradise where he utilised the vocal genius of Musa Keys alongside Ghanian Gyakie.

Blxckie ft DJ Maphorisa On Kwenzekile

Blxckie has been one of the few SA rappers who have been mixing many sounds as of late. The Yex4 hitmaker won the MVP Of The Year and MTV Base Hottest MCs 2022 for a reason. His ability to hop on any sound has made him the sought-after artist in the country. The Durban native rapper managed to operate with DJ Maphorisa on one of his hottest songs of the year in Kwenzekile.

Priddy Ugly ft Lady Du On Botsoso

This year, Priddy Ugly has been on a roll, as he has been busy in the Stu making jams with beautiful tunes. The rapper delivered MUD EP with contributions from most of his peers in the music industry. The likes of Lordkez, Bontle, Marcus Harvey, Zoocci Coke Dope, Blxckie, and Maglera Doe Boy all contributed to the project. The father of one also infused the Yanos sound in his sound as he worked with Lady Du on the Botsoso track.

DJ Zan D, Maggz ft Sizwe Alakine On – Ejardini

Reason, also known as Sizwe Alakine in the Amapiano culture, has said that he is still a rapper, and DJ Zan D came through to use his raps on Ejardini with Maggz. The song has made waves in the Mzansi musical space since its release last month.

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