Zingah sparks debate over who had verse of the year between Nasty C on “Lemons” and YoungStunna on “SETE”

Zingah sparks a debate over who had the verse of the year between Nasty C on “Lemons” and YoungStunna on “SETE.” South African hip hop is top of the charts for the first time in quite some time after the recent release of new music from veteran rappers of the game. atmosphere in the game, but also triggered endless debates.

Zingah Sparks Debate Over Who Had Verse Of The Year Between Nasty C On “Lemons” And YoungStunna On “SETE”

Taking to Twitter, Zingah became one of the South African rappers who sparked the debate over new music topping the charts. Zingah took to Twitter to ask his followers who had the verse of the year between Nasty C on “Lemons & Lemonade” and YoungStunna on “SETE.”

I’m sitting here compiling a verse of the year, I need you to help me quickly. Nasty C on Lemonade or Young Stunna on SETE?Zingah tweeted. The rapper’s tweet sparked a debate with some of his followers who expressed their views. Check out some of the tweeps’ reactions and opinions regarding the two verses.

Taking one of the comments, said Nasty C had the best verse because he carefully arranged it himself unlike YoungStunna on SETE who tied with KO”Yuuuui hard!!! Nasty just edges Stunna tied with KO on this song. Nasty erased Kiernan on lemonade.” Read the tweet.

Zingah went on to disagree with that opinion, citing that the point was invalid because YoungStunna was not tied with a knockout on ‘SETE.’CERTAINLY NOT! if that’s your reason, then it’s invalid because Stunna certainly didn’t match with KO on SETE. And KO he’s my guyZingah replied.

After SETE’s release, the track topped the music charts. The song became the fastest single to reach gold status. The lead single from the veteran rapper’s fourth album “SR3” (the Skhanda Republic 3) went gold in record time (over 1.2 million streams).

Even though SETE went viral across all music platforms and social media, AKA also achieved what may be one of the best works of his career. The World Is Yours hitmaker has released what could be a hit of the summer in Lemons and Lemonade. The Super Mega enlisted Nasty C’s talent for the track, and the Durban rapper’s flow and penplay received the most praise, and he was poised to be the final piece of the puzzle.

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