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Stogie T claims that there is no legendary SA Hip Hop record

According to lyricist Stogie T, the South African Hip Hop industry has not produced a masterpiece record in the last five decades.


Stogie, A-Reece, and Moozlie examined the growth of rap music while commemorating the genre’s history over the years.

The acclaimed rapper, who is well-known in the industry, argues that none of the albums he has made throughout the years are classics.

He did, however, say that Emtee’s Avery album is on the verge of becoming a masterpiece.

don’t think we have a classic SA album, I don’t think we have, I think classic is unskippable, definitely reliability and what it did for other people,” Stogie T said.

“I think the closest to me being a classic is Avery. It’s the closest is like when I hear that album top to bottom I go it pretty much got that guy, there’s that battle rapper in me that’s like I wish he had a little bit,” said Stogie T.

He also didn’t exclude his album from the talks.

“Remember I’ve released albums in this country too, so I’m also saying mine are not classics that’s what I’m saying, so hear it in that sense,” he added.