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Stogie T Declares Himself The Last O.G

Stogie T talks about being the last O.G

Pretty Flowers hitmaker, Stogie T, has called himself the last O.G and talks about getting assistance from the past O.Gs.

In 2019, the talented South African rapper released a hit song titled, ‘The Last O.G.’ The song featured Ason. The Last O.G revealed an original gangster’s lifestyle.

Stogie T took to his Instagram page reveal that his position in the game has made his musical-life easier since he taps wisdom from the O.Gs that came before him.

Stogie T also listed the likes of Sway, Black Coffee, and Black Thoughts as his O.Gs.

The talented rapper stated that this has made him invest in upcoming talent that needs to be guided in the music industry because he has gone through the same.

Stogie T said:

Every time I see or hear a new talent that needs support and encouragement I throw energy towards it. Not because I am some mogul or saint, I am just following tradition, in this hard world that isn’t always just it’s good or make some things right.

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Being the Last O.G means the world to me. I have always been a product of those who came before me and put me on. My first ever release was an Australian Vinyl from one of my O.Gs DJ Prowla who saw something in me and put me on, Waddy Tudor Jones (Die Antwoord) also took me under his wing and introduced me to an engineer who recorded my first EP, @masaukomusic also took it upon himself to groom me and school me on the game, he ain’t have to do that, @theglobalist supported me enough to cosign my crew and talent, Hip Hop Scholar likes me enough to put money in my pocket and encourage a nigga, Brad Holmes from the Bassline allowed us to record our live album for free at his venue, Sipho Sithole tried to sign us but also plugged us to his whole network, Jerome Galabert continues to see me and support me in this game. I am lucky enough to count people like @realsway and @realblackcoffee and @blackthought and @James Poyser as my O.Gs. Everytime I see or hear a new talent that needs support and encouragement I throw energy towards it. Not because I am some mogul or saint, I am just following tradition, in this hard world that isn’t always just it’s good to make some things right. Salute @asonleaux

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Stogie T recently reacted to a proclamation Gigi Lamayne made on her Twitter page, where she declared that she is the best in the hip hop scene.

The twenty-five-year-old rapper, Gigi Lamayne, recently remarked that she is the best with regards to rapping, pulling off one woman shows and dropping hits.

“This that energy I got time for,” Stogie T wrote while reacting to Gigi Lamayne’s statement.

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