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Song of the year 1. Frank Casino ft Riky Rick – Whole Thing (Remix) 2. Cassper Nyovest – Tito Mboweni 3. Kwesta ft Thabsie – Ngiyazfela Ngawe 4. Da L.E.S ft Gemini Major – Lifestyle 5. OkMalumKoolKat – Gqi 6. Stoogie ft Emtee & Yanga – By Any means 7. Aka & Anatii -10 Fingers 8. AKA & Anatii – Don’t forget to Pray 9. Junior Fe Rocka ft Maraza & Golden – Been thinking 10. AKA – The World is Yours Best Album.
1. Cassper Nyovest – Thuto 2. Stoogie T – Stoogie T 3. Shane Eagle – Yellow 4. AKA & Anatii – Be careful what you wish for 5. OkMalumKoolKat – Mlazi Milano Mixtape of the year. 1. BigStar – TellAscope 2. Zoocci Coke Dope – Morning Star 3. Youngsta & Ganja Beatz – The Cape & Good Dope 4. Sliqe – Injayam Vol .1 5. J Molley – Dreams Money can buy Best Male 1. Cassper Nyovest – Thuto 2. Stoogie T – Stoogie T 3. Shane Eagle – Yellow 4. OkmalumKooLkat – Mlazi Milano 5. Da L.E.S – Diamonds in Africa Best female.
1. Nelz – I am 2. Lee STK – Beautiful black Girl 3. Patty Monroe – Malatjie 4. Rouge – The New Era sessions 5. Megmafia – Barkston Drive DJ of the year. 1. Dj Speesta 2. Major League Djz 3. Junior De Rocka 4. Dj Sliqe 5. Dj PH
best hip hop songs 2017 south africa - Best Hip Hop Songs 2017 South Africa
Led by the early release of their third album, RTJ3, Run the Jewels set the standard for a politically explosive year in hip-hop. Throughout the first half of 2017, the genre has lived up to the mandate as the musical force most likely to stick it to the new administration in America.
And between Kendrick Lamar, Vince Staples, Kodak Black, and more, it’s been a powerful year of protest music. On top of that, 2017 has already marked releases from the three biggest names in hip-hop. But, that hasn’t come close to overshadowing some of the less-mainstream and debut artists who have emerged to challenged the greats.
Amid a dazzling year, these are the best hip-hop songs of 2017 so far. There's something so fascinating with what Frank Ocean does rhythmically here. The beat of "Chanel" is a normal enough, shuffling 4/4 beat. But the way that his voice comes and goes and pulses in and out and stretches at its own whim, cutting himself off and crescendoing at unexpected moments, he pivots what could could be a simple song into something that's challenging for reasons you can't quite put your finger on.
What begins as a vivid description of the dying embers of a party becomes a splendid confessional. "I get so lonely, I forget what I'm worth / We get so lonely, we pretend that this works,” SZA sings over a lush composition of strings and airy drums.
“I'm sorry I'm not more attractive / I'm sorry I'm not more ladylike.” It's a dreamy and stunning image of insecurity. It’s the deserved song of the summer of 2017: an extraordinary and confident mainstream debut that blasted to the No. 3 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. After beginning as an Instagram personality, Cardi B’s no-apologies personality brought her to the reality series Love & Hip Hop: New York to her own inevitable rap career. This is the hit Cardi B always deserved.
4:44 is a comeback story of sorts for Jay-Z. The hyphen is back, and along with it the themes and heart that made him one of the best rappers alive. On "The Story of O.J.," No I.D. uses both Nina Simone's "Four Women" and Kool & The Gang's "Kool's Back Again" on a track that Jay-Z said is "about we as a culture, having a plan, how we're gonna push this forward.
We all make money, and then we all lose money, as artists especially. But how, when you have some type of success, to transform that into something bigger." From the moment after Metro Boomin’s tag, Kodak Black’s point on “Tunnel Vision” is clear with the opening chorus line of “Li'l Kodak they don't like to see you winnin' / They wanna see you in the penitentiary.” The playful flute in the beat with his lyrics (and the video, which shows a black man strangling a white man with a MAGA hat and a Confederate flag vest) is a striking and unforgettable juxtaposition.
Vince Staples is fucking intense. And that’s what makes him one of the most commanding young voices in hip-hop. His music is as unflinching as his critiques of the current social and political climate in this country.
As he raps on “BagBak”: “The next Bill Gates can be on Section 8 up in the projects / So ‘til they love my dark skin / Bitch I’m goin’ all in.” Cleverly sampling his own “Heart Pt. 4”—a promotional song that didn’t make the final cut on DAMN.—“Fear.” can be considered the heart of Kendrick Lamar’s latest masterpiece.
On an album that explores all the sins and qualities that captivate a man of faith, “Fear” contains Lamar’s central thesis: “Within fourteen tracks, carried out over wax / Wonderin' if I'm livin' through fear or livin' through rap / Damn.”
AKA obviously is one of the most consistent artists in South Africa. When it comes to releasing high-quality Hip hop songs, he takes the lead while others follow. So it no surprise the world is yours made this list of top 10 Most Played South African Hip-Hop Songs Of 2017. #fact Aka’s The world is yours is now certified 3x platinum in South Africa by national agency RISA More: 2.
Ngiyaz’fela Ngawe – Kwesta
Best South African Hip Hop - 2017