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 collective rap group was recently invited to the Republic of South Africa in Centurion for a Worship Night.
As a artist myself, many times i hear the lament of my fellow craftsmen of not receiving enough support from people who call themselves "fans" or "supporters" of their music. In the same vein, I meditated on ways artists (more especially Christian rap artists) can be supported in their labor of making quality Christ glorifying music.