Just before the release of his highly anticipated project, the Young Nino Brown EP, Laylizzy drops his first single, Tic Boom. This forms as a sneak peek into the full offering which is set to drop before the end of November.
Leading up to the release of his self-titled project which is set to drop before the end of November 2018, Laylizzy drops the first single from the Young Nino Brown EP titled Tic Boom.
The unrelenting flow of Laylizzy’s savage punchlines makes the real highlight of the record Tic Boom accompanied by the dope trappy beat produced by Ellputo.
On this track, Laylizzy expresses the pressures that almost made him explode like a ticking bomb before he became the Young Nino Brown. He raps about having girl stress and work stress and he doesn’t really need anymore.
Laylizzy reminds us of why he’s widely regarded as one of the most gifted rappers on the continent at the moment. His lyrical dexterity is second to none and his beat selection continues to match his unquestionable talent. If this is just a taste of what we can expect on the Young Nino Brown EP, then hip-hop heads are in for a genuine treat.
Tic Boom is available for purchase on all major digital stores.
Listen to Tic Boom below!
ICYMI: A-Reece, Nasty C & Reason Walk Away With VOTY Awards This Week
This week Wednesday saw the celebration of some of SA’s top lyricists at the second annual Verse of the Year Awards held in Braamfontein. Founded by hip hop veteran, Stogie T, the event celebrated artists who delivered the best verses over 2018.
The event honoured the best 10 verses that have been released in 2018. A-Reece and Ginger Trill were some of the wordsmiths awarded with Verse Of The Year statuettes.
The event was attended by industry leaders, music executives, artists and media who were all there to celebrate the true celebration of hip hop. Some of the winners of the awards were not mainstream artists so status in the industry had no status won who walked away with the coveted awards.
Guests included the Verse of the Year judges Stogie T, Zubz, Sabelo Mkhabela and Mercia Tucker. Also in attendance was YFM’s DJ Sabby, hip hop curators Helen Herimbi and Azizar Mosupi, Vth Season’s Ninel Musson and MTV’s Sandile Ntshingila amongst many others.
Here’s a list of the winners:
10: Laylizzy for his single TXI
9: Zakwe for the Sebentin Remix,
8: Jovislash for The Dagga Song
7: Ginger Trill for The High End Freestyle
6: Captain for The ReUp
5: Reason for Father Figure
4: Kid Tini for Movie
3: A-Reece for Couldn’t Have Said It Better Myself Pt. 2,
2: Kwesta for Biskop
1: Rap superstar Nasty C took the overall prize with the best Verse of the Year award for his verse on the hugely popular track Wuz Dat
The most surprising but seemingly accepted winner was newcomer to the game, Touchline. He took home the Hennessy People’s Choice Award with over 700 public online votes.
We’ll have the interviews we had at the awards up next week, so do keep a keen eye on that!
What do you think about the list?