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Don’t Sleep On Dope Artists’ Celestial Mic

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Simiso Hadebe known as Celestial Mic considers himself a versatile artist with his skills ranging from rapping, poetry, fashion and playing musical instruments. Born and bred in Chesterville, West of Durban, Celestial Mic has worked hard on his craft and the result is working with established artists such as Aewon Wolf, Gigi Lamayne, Gemini Major, Khuli Chana and Nasty C just to name a few.

Celestial Mic is part of music collective DopeArtists Music which consists of eight members with the other recognizable artists being the founding members Lord Script and AmpSirius. They have each released successful mixtapes in the past year and in the process have established themselves in the forefront of the hip hop movement in KZN.

The latest offering comes from the leader of the pack, Celestial Microphone with the single titled Medicine. Medicine is self-produced by Celestial Mic who’s being a prominent figure on the sound and direction of the group.

The single, Medicine, reflects purely on the group’s current sound – Trap, which resonates with the fan base in his own backyard. All about the high-roller lifestyle, partying and jollying with an irresistible hook and an impressive beat. The hip-hop trio Migos are the influence on the lyrical flow.

Link up with him on Facebook and peep some of his music on Soundcloud. 

Peep the video for Medicine below!

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ICYMI: Zoocci Coke Dope Dropped The Video For Mr Nice Guy

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Zoocci Coke Dope has taken some time out from putting out new music as he is studio cooking up an album. But he has made it a point to drop new visuals. In case you missed it, the hitmaker has dropped the visuals for Mr Nice Guy which features lyricist Kid X.

Mr Nice Guy is taken from Zoocci’s 2017 debut EP, Morning Star. The song is about being exploited for being “Mr nice guy” and now he is coming for all those people who owe him and take advantage of him. Kinda like he is coming for all the favours that he gave for mahala and now he is about his hustle and getting his money. Kid X murks his verse here as per usual, bringing his lyrical prowess to this.

The video was handled by Kyle White who brought with him his specific aesthetics- minimal. The video is generally dark in terms of the mood and the actual stylistics of it reflects this.

The gents seem to be in a dimly lit studio and it’s just them and their bars. The video is simple and clean. The black and white quality of it help to define and frame the emotions these two express in the music. It’s actually quite intense. 

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