The fact that Blaklez remains a veteran and OG himself on the South African game, circuit and space makes this collaboration nothing but a classic of the elders.
This is why the output tells overwhelmingly with a laid-back, mature, breezy, and wavy roll of lyrical lines and vibe.
In fact, the duo flaunt on the royalty, status and clout as they differentiate the boys from the men with “Iwin.”
Incidentally, the latest outing is a lavish extension of a lifespan for “Lez’ Spoko” taken off Blaklez’s “A Broken Man’s Dream” album, as well as a remix treatment which featured King Khuli Chana.
Exciting news is the fact that Blaklez has confirmed that he has now finished recording songs for his highly-anticipated third studio “Baby Brother” album.
While we await that project of musical art, we’ll just learn a thing or two from the old-timers who happen to be Hip Hop authorities and maestros by all accounts.
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