South Africa dont respect their rappers.Look at how Nigerians are rapping on AFROBEATS.Ghananians are rapping on AZONTO BEATS.In America we have Melodic rappers.Tupac & Biggie used to roll on Rock & Roll Beats.Nas on Jaz Blues but as soon as a South African rapper use Amapiano Beats,South Africans are quick to say he is not a rapper & he is confused.West African Countries are winning everything because they are unique & they have their own sound.When a South African rapper jump on Amapiano Beat which is our Genre he gets criticized.How can we have our own Sound Appreciated worldwide when we are busy hating? Amapiano Beats can be created in a way that a dope rap verse can fit in.I remember when K.O killed Gqom Beat on Nay'le walk with a powerful rap verse.If Trap started in South Africa,Rappers were not gona be considered as rappers for rapping on Trap Beats.If Amapiano started in America,African rappers were gonna call themselves Amapianonists.
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