If you frequent the “streets” of Facebook you may have bumped into the hashtag #MaBornfree. Responsible for this is none other th...
If you frequent the “streets” of Facebook you may have bumped into the hashtag #MaBornfree. Responsible for this is none other than Noble Stylz (of the #MasofaPanze fame, one of 2013’s most slept on projects) and his chosen partner-in-crime Trae Yung (of Tafinalizer fame). Expectations were high, as is expected from the self-proclaimed King of Wordplay after dropping a killer album (yeah I said It!). I was initially skeptical of the lyrical chemistry between the two. The track title even got me wondering as well, along Chinotimba lines, the now-cliched “we died for this country” (side-eye).
The production is noticeably better than Noble’s previous efforts (the audiophile in me is very sensitive about that) but I bet you’re wondering did the King of Wordplay bring anything to the party? Most definitely, doing what he does best, hitting us with lines like
Asi kana tisina mari tichida doro remahara /
Totamba game Josiah/
Kupinda mubhawa Tongo-gara/
In comes Trae on the second verse, making me lean closer to the speakers, with baited breathe. Trae Yung’s verse was an interesting addition to this track. An addition I actually enjoyed. She was in her element on this one. Trae ends her verse with the phrase “Queen of Hip-Hop”, taking shots? Maybe, but you can’t dispute that she’s the most visible femcee (If you disagree drop a track and show your relevance), making her “Queen” by default. I’m tired of Facebook rappers talking sideways about,”Heee I’m better”. One up me and PROVE IT! Until then, Trae afinalizer as QUEEN!
Download the track at: https://soundcloud.com/user9383704/maborn-free-noble-stylz or just CLICK THE COVER ART