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Dragg – Prayed Up [Review]

Dragg – Prayed Up [Review]

South African/Zimbabwean, UK-based rapper Dragg has dropped his first new music in 5 years. This is ‘Prayed Up’.

‘Prayed Up’ is the first single from the Dragg’s upcoming Ep ‘L.I.T’. ‘Prayed Up’ delivers blistering rhymes on the social and economic situation that ordinary people find themselves negotiating, inadvertently pinpointing current culture and worldwide events. Dragg and GTBeats wrote and produced the lion’s share of L.I.T together.

Dragg has a successful ghost-writing career and is now focusing on his own music. Lawrence Sean Sibanda lost his eyesight at 12 after contracting meningitis and has gone on to write for, or share a stage with the likes of The Game, Wretch 32, Tim Westwood, JLS, Lady Leshurr, Paigey Cakey, Abel Miller, and collaborate with platinum writer/producer OD Hunte (synchs for Gillette World Sport, Coronation Street).

Dragg’s music is influenced by West Coast Hip Hop in production and attitude, and lyrically by the dope hooks and sing along-style songs of South African Kwaito. Sonically reminiscent of The Game, Zola, Stogie T, Jay-Z, Pro Kid, J. Cole and Jadakiss.

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