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Is Riky Rick dissing a hip hop DJ on his latest single?

Bandile Mdletshe

Riky Rick received a warm welcome back to the game with his latest single ‘I can’t believe it (MaCoins)’ which he dropped accompanied by top-notch visuals.

Having had a short break from the industry, Riky Rick has come back with what seems like a diss song directed to a lot of public figures. It’s also more of a statement which could be interpreted as ‘I’m still the top dawg’ even with one song within a year. On the second verse, Makhado raps ‘Drop one song per year and stay prevalent, old niggas saying my name to stay relevant’. Now this line could be directed to anyone that’s considered an OG of the game that’s been mentioning his name, or it could just Riky being Riky. On ‘Whole Thing’ the rapper, regrettably, dissed Ma-E, in what many considered as an unprovoked line, ‘I don’t want to be a Ma-E at 33’.

A common theme on the track also seems to focus on how Riky has become a trendsetter with a lot of rappers looking up to him. When one thinks of fashion and Hip Hop in South Africa, that topic is more synonymous with Riky more than any other rapper in the country currently, even though many have looked to switch up their style in recent years.

The most jaw-dropping line we heard on the track though has to be ‘uhamba ngeGolf, how is you killing it?’ Now we don’t want to name drop but a certain Hip Hop DJ who claims to be ‘killing it son’ recently purchased a Golf. Hlanganisa u 1 no 1. However, there are a couple of rappers in the game who are also driving the VW hatchback so…

Whatever it may be, we look we look forward to what the rapper has in store for us and what he’s been working on. He is also performing a lot of unknown tracks throughout his gigs, which may result in us receiving an album real soon.

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