Da L.E.S Gears Up For 10th Studio Album

Da L.E.S Gears Up For 10th Studio Album. South African hip-hop heavyweight Da L.E.S is back in the studio and cooking up his 10th studio album, much to the excitement of his loyal fanbase.

Da L.E.S Gears Up For 10th Studio Album

Taking to Twitter (X), the North god announced that he is currently in the studio working on his 10th studio album an announcement that sent ripples amongst his fans. “Back in studio working on ALBUM Number 10,” he said.

While details surrounding the project, including the title, release date, and potential features, remain under wraps, the announcement itself has been encouraging to most SA Hip Hop fans. Da L.E.S has maintained a signature flow and catchy rap style and has consistently delivered critically acclaimed albums throughout his career.

His previous project, “313,” released in December 2023, featured collaborations with prominent artists like Flvme, Maggz, Roiii, Manu Worldstar, and Gemini Major and garnered positive reviews for its diverse soundscape and introspective lyricism.

With nine successful studio albums under his belt, Da L.E.S remains a force to be reckoned with in the South African hip-hop scene. His upcoming 10th album is sure to be a highly anticipated project, and fans are eagerly waiting to see what the prolific rapper has in store for them.

Recently, the Lifestyle hitmaker announced that he will gather some of his fans and his close industry peers for a moment to celebrate 9 albums in his illustrious hip-hop career. The event is taking place on the 6th of March 2024 at the Theatre on The Square Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton.

“ANNOUNCEMENT Special one night and invite only performance. 6 March 2024 at Theatre on The Square Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton  2 free ticket giveaway for my day 1’s stay tuned on how to win. 9 timeless albums 1 show of non commercial records. B – SIDES for Bryanston,” Da L.E.S announced.

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