Thursday, December 8, 2022

Tyson Sybateli Talks New Album and Career with Slikour

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South African breakout rapper Tyson Sybateli sat down with legendary hip hop mogul and presenter Slikour, for a special session of his #BackyardSessions interviews. Just a month after delivering his masterpiece sophomore album titled Home. 

UmLazi-born and Pretoria-raised emcee, Tyson Sybateli through his affiliation with some of the biggest budding talents out of the Capital city served an introspective and lyric deep palette over stripped down and grimy, west coast style beats, delivered in the raspy voice and aggression that reminds of Schoolboy Q.

Tyson himself admitted to Slikour that Q is one of his rap influences alongside MF Doom, Mick Jenkins, Pusha T, etc. The latter is very evident in his calm demeanor while rapping.

One question that has been on everybody’s lips since Tyson bust into the scene has been when he will collaborate with A-Reece, an issue he hinted at on his album, on the song ” If Found, Return Home’ which features Reece’s elder brother Jay Jody.

Slikour had Tyson dissecting the album and talking about the roll-out aesthetics, especially why his face is being blurred out on the rollout images for the album, and also why he has a rap career and day job.

 

Click the link above to listen to ‘Home’ on Spotify, and watch the interview below, do not forget to share this article with friends via all social media platforms.

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