Last year, Flex Rabanyan scored the big gong as the winner of the second edition of Vuzu Hustle. Now, he looks to have scored something even bigger with the commission of his highly anticipated “The Born Free” album.
Once the talented lyricist scored the Vuzu Hustle crown, he looked to have upset the status quo in the industry with his refusal to sign with Vth Season. Instead, he chose to ride solo as he navigated his way through the murky waters of the competitive circuit.Source: Flex Rabanyan/Instagram
Well, Flex Rabanyan simply kept his structure open; connecting with the fans directly in an attempt that looks to be the target and movement of the future.
Those loyal fans have remained resolute in their support for the eSikhawini in KwaZulu-Natal native and he didn’t disappoint once he launched his flagship joint, “Rabayeezy“ in celebration of his victory.
Flex Rabanyan might have been R250 000 richer at the time, but he didn’t get carried away. He quickly dropped “Solution“ to equal acclaim, buzz and trends.
Importantly, his collaboration with industry veteran, Ma-E on “Bumpa Remix“ proved he’s got the grit to succeed as well as the royal blessings to match.
Now, that we have the project of musical art, we can duly assert we have been blown away by the creative thought process, poetic abilities and the uber-flowy delivery which Flex Rabanyan invested right into this body of work.
“The Born Free” album carries 11-tracks of pure Hip Hop masterclass, rounded off with a world of valid content which sees the rapper dig deep into his thoughts, struggles, quest at success, his faith, support as well as relationships.
Flex Rabanyan didn’t score a lot of features on “The Born Free” album, but still got the support of the likes of usual collaborator, Bhuga Bhengu, TTGO and Lunatik.
“The Born Free” is definitely one project that’s set to launch Flex Rabanyan unto the heights and even though this is his debut album, his career looks promisingly glittering enough to launch many more projects.
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