As everyone probably knows by now, Reece is one of the most influential rappers not only in South Africa but across the whole globe. Reece blew up back in 2016 with the release of Couldn't feat Emtee and ever since then, he's been on a rollee coastee winning mode.
The number 1 Hip Hop group in the country recently reported that Reece no longer follows his long time producer, Mash Beatz, on either his Twitter account or even his instagram one. Now this is really surprising considering how tight Reece and Mash were especially in making classic records.
So far it is not know what could've led to the demise of the two but this is really bad because even Reece's upcoming album is pull from the pre order links on streaming platform. Obviously as you'd expect, this really shocked and hurt lot of fans as they loved the duo so much.
Some said this is just a marketing stunt to help get some buzz on Reece's upcoming album which will be released next week in March but then again, this is just a guess, we don't know.
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