Rapper A-reece whose full name is Lehlogonolo Ronald Mataboge from Pretoria is no stranger to the entertainment industry ,specifically hip hop. He is being known for topping the charts with his projects and recently gave us the long awaited project called Today's tragedy tomorrow's memory (TTTM) which has been received well by the country. The 23 year old rapper has been working with a lot of his industry friends namely Wordz,IMP Da Don and his biological brother just to name a few.
Speaking of his biological brother, A-reece is set to drop yet another project featuring the brother. He hasn't given much about the album but he once tweeted "working with Jay-Jody on a project" so it seems that hip hop is in safe hands and we will be getting something from the boy
He truly isn't a stranger into the music scene,so we expect much from him. He recently hit gold status for his hit track "the 5 year plan". So the boy is really thriving and we wish him all the best
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