Stogie T Says There’s No Classic Album In South African Hip-Hop, The People React

By @SeptemberEleven on 10/19/2023 in Article

In our recently-released Special on 50 years of Hip-Hop and 40 years of South African Hip-Hop done in collaboration with Hennessy, Stogie T ruffled some feathers when he said he doesn’t think there’s a classic album in South African Hip-Hop. 

Even the other panelists, especially Scoop and A-Reece, were shook. “It’s a very high standard,” Stogie T said. “I think the closest to being a classic is ‘Avery’.” 

In his defence against being labelled a hater, he said, “Remember I’ve released albums in this country, too. So I’m also saying my albums are not classic.”

Below are some reactions from SA Hip-Hop Twitter. 

Watch the full conversation between A-Reece, Stogie T, Moozlie, Uncle Party Time and Scoop Makhathini below if you still haven’t: 

A-Reece, Stogie T, Moozlie, Uncle Party Time & Scoop Makhathini On 50 Years Of Hip-Hop #Hennessy50




Cadbury Lunch Bar Partners With Trace Academia To Inspire Th...

Cadbury Lunch Bar has partnered with Trace Academia to curate a series of entrepreneurial courses, aimed at offering Mzansi’s youth social literacy sk...


Profile: Lelowhatsgood On Representing South Africa On Vuse’...

DJ, producer and cultural curator Lelowhatsgood is representing South Africa in Vuse’s ‘Street Culture’ campaign alongside Durban-based visual artist ...


Lelowhatsgood And Shaun Oakley Rep South Africa In Vuse’s In...

Durban-based illustrator and graffiti artist Shaun Oakley aka That Damn Vandal and Joburg-based DJ, producer and culture curator Lelowhatsgood join ar...

Register for Slikour On Life
Sign in for Slikour On Life