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Saturday 15 December 2018
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My Nigga Get Rich in his own league

Whether you call it misplaced courage or simply ongoing persistence, it’s his second offering and Get Rich is showing more hunger to remain a relevant figure in the music circles.

The artist came onto the scene last year and his rather strange couture now has more tongues wagging despite  the artist’s warning to music lovers to discredit him at their own peril. Get Rich has dropped his 15-track album titled ‘My Life.’ The artist starts with an educational speech tailored for the youth to be responsible citizens of a better future.

Get Rich gives straight talk against social evils such alcohol and substance abuse, teenage pregnancy and amongst others, the importance of staying in school.

While the artists may not be as articulate in the Queen language, the message is clear and such is his vision.
A sense of real music starts on track 3 titled ‘Pay attention’. The track, with a slow tempo speaks to the artist’s crush who is playing hard to get.

Here, Get Rich pours it out on how the significant other needs to look his way.

Namibian sensation Berthold features on ‘Attention’ track 4. While the industry has long heard Berthold’s voice, the two collabo surprisingly well but the song ends abruptly just as the listener is getting into it.

Kuddos to a rather good production team, there is no drop in beats quality as many would expect of a new-comer, especially one the industry is yet to take seriously.

On track 6, Shaddy and Diana, all new names to the production, muscle yet again another track perfectly through.

Track 7 ‘My Life’ featuring Edgar is a beauty. It is at this point that the listener clearly sees what has come of the Grootfontein sensation.

Good lyrics and rhymes while at the same time giving you something to listen.

NAMAs 2018 Male artist of the Year Kalux is also on the album featuring on the much-spoken about track ‘Popular Demand.’ The track is a masterpiece with both artists coming to the occasion.

Kalux shows why he is the best male artist in the country and Get Rich shows why the industry should take him serious.

Talk about national pride, tracks 11 and 14 are penned just for that reason with the artist giving salutations to the fallen freedom fighters and appreciating the country’s uniqueness.

The album reintroduces the artist to the industry asking the music community to once again give the talent a second chance.

The artist demonstrates that there is more to the saggy clothing and at times laughable rhymes.




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