SA Rappers Who Have Made A Comeback In 2022. A career in rap is never guaranteed. So many rappers burst into the scene with that one fantastic song, only to fade away.
We’ve all been knocked on our luck or utterly ruled out before, so witnessing a comeback after a period of obscurity may be motivating and forever alter one’s image of the artist. On that note, we are going to disclose some of the top SA rappers who have taken a break away from music and have made a significant comeback to the game.
J Molley has been out of the game for a while. He appeared to be receiving assistance. He’s concentrating on his mental health and stepping away from social media and the music industry. The rapper announced his comeback on Twitter and has promised to release an album this month. Building up to his new project, Molley has so far released Up To a track that is also part of his Almost Dead album.
Sho Madjozi has finally returned to social media after a long absence that had some of her admirers scared she was unwell. The Jonh Cena hitmaker cleared the air on the air on the pregnancy via a Twitter post. “First things first, I’m not pregnant. Let’s just start there.” She tweeted.
She revealed that she had caught two members of her team attempting to steal and went on to learn how they had been preventing her from pursuing opportunities for over a year. The rapper concluded that she is working on new music that she believes will be made available to her fans soon.
After a two-year hiatus, AB Crazy made a comeback with a new single Hurricane featuring Reson. The rapper has been out of the game trying to find himself. During an interview shared on the SowetanLive, he revealed that the pandemic helped him to reflect on many things as an artist and an individual. AB Crazy has also mentioned that his best plan for this year is to be the best version of himself and to aim higher in achieving his goals.