Uncle Vinny reveals the new schools rappers who carried SA Hip Hop all through the lockdown.
The Lockdown caught the Mzansi music industry by surprise and artists had to find new ways to promote their brand and their music. Several Mzansi rappers constantly shared new joints and freestyles with their fans to keep them interested.
According to Uncle Vinny, some of the artists who did this carried SA Hip Hop all through the lockdown. He shared his opinions during the latest episode of SA’s Hottest MCs airing on MTV Base.
He claims that the artists who made the most impact were new school acts including Lucasraps, Blxckie, and Shouldbeyuang.
However, none of the other guests supports his claims. In their opinion, the older artists also put in a lot of work too and also owned the year. Still, Vinny didn’t budge. Social media has since been flooded with messages of praise calling for him to be made a new rep for SA Hip Hop because, apparently, he speaks facts.
THE PEOPLE I WAS WITH IN THE PANEL WERE COMING INSIDE WITH FEELINGS NOT JUDGING FAIRLY BUT ALL THE AD BREAKS I WAS FIGHTING I GOT SO TIRED 😴 #basehottestmcs
— uncle.vinny (@MALUMEVINNY) January 21, 2021