Bravo Le Roux is currently enjoying the success of his latest album, and he appeared on the EB THEKID Podcast, where he spoke about several things, including how Amapiano is impacting SA rap.
Replying to the questions, “Do you feel like Amapiano is making it easier for hip-hop, or is it making it more difficult for easier for hip-hop artists locally?” he said,
“I would say it’s making it harder for Hip-hop that dont wanna be South African,”
He continued, “If you gonna rap like Americans, yeah you gonna suffer, but if you gonna rap like your life and not call a garage as a gas station you get me. Like we doing conscious dawg like we are still alive and we’re moving and it’s nice. Everybody that I see right now that’s like flourishing on the come up and promising, it’s like authentic people, they’re like real people and its so fascinating,”