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MBABANE – It is one of the biggest Hip Hop Magazines in South Africa and local act Skinny G, has made it into the 2018 issue.

Skinny G whose real name is Sedem Agbenyegah scooped his first ever feature with the South African hip hop publication ‘Hype Magazine’.

Skinny G is the second Swazi hip hop artist to have featured on Hype Magazine in their latest magazine. In the magazine Skinny G is featured under one of the most talented international artists to look out for in terms of their lyrics.

The 18-year-old musician is signed under ‘Reign Entertainment’ stable and he is also the brand ambassador for local brand Teddz Urban which is also making waves in the South African music and fashion industry.

“It has taken me quite some time to finally have my name aligned with one of the best musicians in the game. The effort that I had put in has put me on platforms where a lot of people will get to hear about me and my music. I submitted my portfolio including my demo with Hype Magazine and a few weeks in, I was on their pages,” said Skinny G. 

He further said that the reason why he went all the way to South Africa was because he wanted to explore his options of growing a brand and also get to build a brand of being a hip hop artist both in Swaziland and South Africa.

“The market in South Africa is huge and there’s enough room for one to grow, and that’s one of the many reasons why I am trying to push my music that side not to say that Swaziland isn’t doing anything towards contributing towards the growth of local artists,” added Skinny G.
In conclusion, the artist said that he was working on his first album which he is hoping to release before the end of this year.

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