Skeel and Calliber are set to release a Music Video for their collaborative piece entitled “Release[d]”. Calliber hinted that there is a snippet of the video Skeel is about to be released to the public and we cannot wait!
Samkeliso Magagula, also renown in music circles by the moniker “Calliber The Berean Emcee” has announced a new musical project is on the way entitled “War Cry”
X.O. The Hip Hop Apostle is a name well known is the hip hop circles in Eswatini. He’s getting ready to release his highly anticipated project “Uzoba Strong EP” to his faithful fans and listeners. This past week, He released a snippet of the track “Going Forward” on Soundcloud.
Skeel released a double dose of music on the 11th of August which so happened to the artist birthday as well as the same date the artist hosted his momentous show “Stainless Skeel” last year. Interestingly enough both pieces are strikingly different from one another as Skeel was exercising his artistic capacities in showing two different sides to his craft; poetry as well as rap. One is a poetic rendition over deep instrumentation with the main theme deliberately concealed until the end whilst the other a track, is an upbeat turn-up/trap piece reflecting on the never ending love of God.
ESwatini DJ, DJ 1D has released a new track featuring Christian rap artists Skeel and Switch as well as Pastor Ntokozo. The track was released on the 1 of July 2018
Terror has gripped the hearts of many families in the Kingdom of Eswatini. Stories and reports of children missing is an everyday thing in our local media. in this short article, Christian Rap Artist Calliber shares his thoughts on the matter.
This serves as Episode 3 of the monthly Thesselo411 podcasts.
South African gospel artist, Bheka Mthethwa, has just released visuals for the song “Gelekeqe” on YouTube this week. The piece features Eswatini’s very own Skeel and it was a part of Bheka Mthethwa’s project: “Supernal Sounds”.
Switch also known as “Rapperswitch” has just dropped visuals for his song entitled “Changes”
It was declared from the Throne, by his Majesty King Mswati III, that the Kingdom of Swaziland will now be known as “The Kingdom of Eswatini”. The name change carries significance to some and confusion to others but in the end it is something we must all start to get familiar with.