Having been left disappointed as with several fans in the past year when Blaklez was forced to move the release date of the project of musical art, we now see the fact that it was a move well worth it.
Firstly, Blaklez whose real name is Lesego Moiloa is one act who has paid his dues and contributed immensely to the culture.
It is little reason he has been at the forefront of the growth of the industry starting from the premiere of his debut “Black Beast” album in 2013.
The rapper all but secured the golden status with his sophomore “A Broken Man’s Dream” album in 2015 to massive-acclaim and positive punditry ratings.
The “Baby Brother” album is now the follow-up to that project and it all but cements the place of Blaklez on the hall of fame podium.
Made up of 16 solid and superb records, the “Baby Brother” album of Blaklez simply proves the reason why he is widely-regarded as the Rap Steve Biko.
Again, Blaklez brings socio-consciousness to bare in a fusion with dope lines for the groove and grind to pass valid and vital messages whilst still trying to have fun.
The album features the likes of Cassper Nyovest, AB Crazy, PDotO, Xano, McKenzie, Delite, Kambridge and others.
It contains some of the exciting records of Blaklez that we have enjoyed in recent times such as “Saka Nyuka,” which featured Cassper Nyovest, “Black Xmas,” “Jungle Justice,” with YougstaCPT, and “Leather Face.”
Only thing this time is the fact that it is an entire and whopping body of work you do not want to miss out on.
Simply grab a dose, then be sure to share your thoughts and opinion in the comments section below.