Made up of Pjay and Tkay, B3nchMarQ seems to have redefined the the uniqueness of a group or duo in the world of SA Hip Hop.
Such is their lyrical dexterity and grind that they never falter with the abundance of content off their stash, stables and vault.
Importantly, B3nchMarQ also looks to have a perfect understanding of the game and it is little reason they were able to get away with the yearnings of fans for an album all these while.
The strategy is simple, the boys never fail to feed the insatiable demands of their fans laced with some of the silkiest lyrical lines and chanty anthems of killer hooks.
Having predicted the “We Had Hope” album as one of the finest to look out for this term, we aren’t disappointed in the least.
In actual fact, B3nchMarQ might have exceeded our expectations with a world of Hip Hop prodigy that doesn’t seem matched or rivaled by a group or duo at least for now.
Well, they’ve been hyper-active from their days with Ambitiouz Entertainment, but only seem to be enjoying an even bigger resurgent in form since their departure from the foremost imprint.
The “We Had Hope” album is a simply testament to that fact and with the abundance of dope records as displayed effortlessly, it only feels like the boys are just getting started.
B3nchMarQ makes the “We Had Hope” album a stunning 17-tracks of pure musical bliss and art with features of a handful of acts including J. Smash, Shawna and 3TWO1.
You definitely do not want to miss out on this masterpiece as engineered by the free-flowing wordsmiths and lyrical athletes.
Simply grab a dose, then be sure to share your thoughts and opinion in the comments section below.