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Right now you can get a coupon for a Aquafina Sparkling Water when you text AQUAFINA to 876765 (or go here)! If you enjoyed this post, subscribe to our free emails and get daily updates, plus you'll be entered to win a $50 gift card to your favorite store! A song originally written poolside in the Caribbean a couple years ago after a particularly long night of drinking. On Wednesday, South Africa’s Freedom Day, Mary Fitzgerald Square in Newtown, Johannesburg became a hip-hop haven for the tenth year in a row.
Heads from all corners of South Africa piled in to feast on what the festival had to offer.
Youngsta’s set was in the afternoon, when the audience was less receptive––pacing by between stalls and buying beers. ProVerb may be doing other things than rapping––radio and TV presenting––but he’s still one of the best around.
Other great performances I witnessed came from Stilo Magolide, Kwesta, DJ Kenzhero, Nadia Nakai, Big Zulu, Elzhi and more. Passionate Penny Pincher™ name and blog content, including images and writings, are protected since first use, October 2009.
The 2016 Back To The City Festival attracted 25,000 strong to witness hip-hop in all of its forms––rap, graffiti, deejaying, dance, skateboarding and everything in between.
There was something for everyone, which was a blessing and a curse in that it was hard to see everything.


He’s a great rapper already, but his stage antics, unique flow and vocal projection just put him in a league of his own.
The lights and smoke combined with hip-hop bangers from the mid-2000s to the latest hits gave a perfect backdrop for the enchanting moves of the dancers. He kicked his set off with his earlier hit “Harambe,” a fitting song given it was Freedom Day. His tongue-in-cheek humor and clever punchlines will always have you wishing you understood Zulu. To celebrate that, Reason did the unthinkable––he brought about 20 emcees (Boy Wonder, Youngsta, Patty Monroe, Rouge, Kommanda Obbz, Priddy Ugly and more) to each drop an eight-bar verse on his single “Yipi Kayay.” It became a cipher, “ooh!”s coming from every part of the audience with every punchline that was dropped.
His clear enunciation and audible voice projection made sure his Cape Town slang was heard, and had the crowd chanting “Kaapstad Naaier.” He was armed with crowd-pleasers like “Way It Go,“ “Top 10 List,” “Salutas,” and of course the customary freestyle that comes with every Youngsta set. He performed songs from his latest EP, You Don’t Know Me Yet, like “OMG” and “Bula Boot,” giving them each a personality different to their MP3 counterparts. Optical Illusion tracks like “Capital O” and “Ghetto Beautifulness” took me back to when I was collecting Hype Magazine mixtapes, discovering exciting hip-hop acts from all across South Africa. It was when he performed his earlier material from his first two albums and even bringing Optical Illusion to the stage that many of us caught the Holy Ghost.
Tarryn Alberts stood out, as usual, with acrobatic moves that had the audience gaping in amazement. It was great to see a man who had, a few weeks ago, just confessed to attempting suicide thrice last year.
The way everyone lost their minds to “Juice Back” and “Hell Naw” was a great sight to behold.


LaMayne can hold her own, and with a string of hits including “Ice Cream” and “Moja,” her set was guaranteed to be a crowd-pleaser. Seeing all members on stage, and with their close collaborators like Mawe2 and Mothipa, was indeed an experience in time travel.
As if that wasn’t enough, towards the end of the crew’s set, actress and self-crowned Queen of Bling, Kanyi Mbau, and rapper Moozlie showed up to perform a track I’d never heard of before.
The rapper’s music is catchy, he had all of us singing along to our favourite Jabba hits, reminding everyone why they fell in love with the motswako rapper.
It’s the ease in which the man raps, with a smirk on his face, that can be as vexing as his lines and concepts. Nasty C is comfortable on stage, and raps with his studio projection, making sure the essence of his songs persevered.
His petite self was all over the stage, dabbing to those hard-hitting kicks and basslines courtesy of his producer Whichi 1080. The guys are grown, far from the youthful backpackers they were when they released their classic album The Offering, but they still brought that same energy on stage. He woke up from a mattress on stage, performed “No Sleep” and “2 Cups Shakur,” and after brought a drum for his “Brand New” song, before doing the “Yipi Kayay” live remix. It’s always great to see an emcee who can move the crowd without any fancy dancers or outlandish gimmicks.



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