DJ Sliqe Hints At “Injayam Vol 3” Release & Shares Desired Cover Art

DJ Sliqe Hints At “Injayam Vol 3” Release & Shares Desired Cover Art. Renowned South African DJ and producer, DJ Sliqe, has sparked excitement among his fans with a tantalizing hint at the release of the project, “Injayam Vol 3.”

DJ Sliqe Hints At “Injayam Vol 3” Release & Shares Desired Cover Art

The artist took to social media to share a sneak peek of the desired cover art for the upcoming album, igniting a wave of enthusiasm and mixed reaction in the SA Hip-hop space. “Injayam Vol 3 cover? It’s almost that time phela” πŸ†πŸ• Wrote DJ Sliqe.

DJ Sliqe‘s “Injayam” series is a landmark project in South African hip hop. Spanning two volumes released in 2016 (Vol. 1) and 2019 (Vol. 2), the mixtapes showcase the genre’s diversity and vibrancy. Injayam Volume 1 is praised for its unique blend of sounds. Sliqe seamlessly weaves together kwaito, trap, and R&B influences, creating a fresh and distinctly South African sound.

This sonic tapestry allows a wide range of artists to shine, with veterans like AKA, Kwesta, Riky Rick, Flabba, Reason and many others. The album’s strength lies in its ability to feel cohesive despite its genre-bending nature, a testament to Sliqe‘s masterful curation.

The sequel, “Injayam Vol. 2,” builds upon the foundation laid by its predecessor. Here, Sliqe ups the star power, featuring heavyweights like Cassper Nyovest, Kwesta, and K.O alongside the next generation of SA hip hop. The album thrives on unexpected collaborations, like the meeting of K.O and Emtee on the title track, creating a dynamic and engaging listening experience.

Both volumes are lauded for their role in spotlighting South African hip-hop talent. Sliqe doesn’t shy away from featuring both established names and rising stars. This approach not only delivers a fresh sound but also helps propel the careers of new artists.

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