Gate Crash With Sphaka is back this week! We have something special for this week’s episode. Sphaka, as usual, finessed his way into the exclusive Bacardi House Party Sessions hosted by Da L.E.S and La Flame of The Wrecking Crew. The party went down in the swanky streets of Maboneng, JHB.
Sphaka clearly had a mission. He was on a mission to get some advice on handling his newfound fame and little stardom. So, Sphaka spoke to La Flame and A-Reece and asked for advice on becoming a newcomer. His banter and piercing wit were equally matched by A-Reece. Moreover, Sphaka seemed to have a lot of fun with the people that were there with him enjoying the vibe.
Check out this latest episode of Gate Crash With Sphaka to see what went down at the Bacardi House Party Sessions with Da L.E.S.
WATCH: HHP On His latest EP & Finding A Balance With His Music
HHP dropped his aptly named EP, Feels Good To Be Back about 2 weeks ago and the result was what we imagine has been missing in music for a young minute. The veteran rapper is working on his 10th studio album which is set to drop next year so in the mean time, he teased us with his 5 track EP.
The 5 tracks on the EP are all different sounds and feels that place HHP in a position where we have never heard him before. He describes it as an “experimental” side of himself and this is most def audible from the first track.
Almost the entire EP features up and coming producer, Hugo flash who did a splendid job in the sound and quality of the beats.
We sat down with him and he explained the concept behind the EP as well as how the project came about. He also spoke a little about how he met Hugo Flash who produced almost the entire EP.
“For me, the EP was a journey of like the different sonic sounds that we’ve been experiencing in South Africa from the time I started in 2009 as hip Hop Pantsula… I wanted to kind of like find a middle ground for the older generation Hip Hop lover to the new age as well.”
“I wanted to kinda show people that music isn’t so much about trend but just about relevance. You can always just find your way in anywhere. Because music is just different shades of colour and depending on how you put it together, that’s how you get your beautiful piece.”
Check out the rest of the interview!