The self proclaimed ‘King Of Afrikan Rap’ covers GQ South Africa’s June 2018 South African Issue on culture and identity. On the cover, he is pictured in a white shirt and ankara pants, flaunting an expensive watch and ombre dreadlocks.
Inside the magazine, he talks about how his music allows ‘people to be okay with who they are. The music I make is liberating. It makes you fearless’. He also outlines his humble beginnings in Katleho and his plans for the future.
This issue also has features on Ayanda Thabethe, Lootlove, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Da Les.
Scroll to see a few more excerpts from the magazine.