Monday, December 11, 2023

Blaqbonez Wants All The Smoke on ‘Stealth Mode Freestyle’

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Emeka the Stallion, aka Blaqbonez, aka Young Preacher, woke up and chose violence. On a viral freestyle video, Emeka goes on a lyrical killing spree as he applauds his versatility on different genres and then proceeds to throw sub-disses at a lot of artists in the industry, while announcing a new song in the process.

While these could be just random rap-centric bravado and braggadocio, many fans claim that they know who thee shot are meant for as they are too specific— so specific that the only thing missing is the artists’ actual name being blatantly dropped in the verse.

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Fans have been speculating different names they feel fit the descriptions on the bars.

A fan claimed the “delete all your IG photos to drop a flop song, your last album should have been left on the shelf” bar suits Wizkid.

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Others say the “do your TikTok dances in peace” line perfectly fits Mavins and Jonzing artist Ruger.

Others say the “what are we doing? hyping up wack artists with streaming farms” line refers to Seyi Vibez Afrobeats and Amapiano Artist.

Blaq ended the freestyle by announcing a new single titled ‘Don’t Tell Industry People’ to be released on the 7th of July.

This is coming just barely a month after he released his collaboration with American rap legend Ludacris, complete with an elaborate video shot in Miami.

2023 has been quite a busy year for Blaq, see the post below to find out 5 times Blaqbonez went HAM on songs this year.

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