The rap movement in by far one of the most broad genres. In it, you get the conscious, the dance club bangers, the religious and so on and so forth. However, why is it that it's mostly the commercial sound type that appeals to most, and also, it is really the sound or the person that's on the song that we are sold to?
On part 2 of the Balcony Interview with Slikour, DJ Dimplez engages in an enlightening conversation regarding the South African hip hop industry. With the house genre being easier to "house," Slikour poses poses the question of how hip hop can be housed too. Having worked with a multitude of artists with their differences, DJ Dimplez shares his thoughts on this matter. Furthermore, the producer speaks on working with promising artist Faith K. Catch part 2 of the Balcony Interview with DJ Dimplez below;