By Nokwanda Sibandze | 2020-10-05
RAPPER Oriiginelle has sparked American Rapper The Game’s interest.
This happened just after the rapper was tagged on The Game’s Instagram post.
Oriiginelle was tagged by one of her friends. She later received a message from The Game asking her if she could send a few songs to him.
Jayceon Terrell Taylor, better known by his stage name the Game, is an American rapper and actor.
He is best known as a rapper in the West Coast hip hop scene and for being one of Dr. Dre's signees under Aftermath.
He has worked with many artists such as Snoop Dogg, Pharrell, Kanye West, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and many others.
The young rapper said she was excited to receive the message.
“He posted something on his social media, I do not know what and when but he was just requesting people post artists he can work with and put on the spotlight.
A friend of mine friend tagged me. At first I did not take it seriously.
I was just flattered that my friend thinks I am good at what I do. Thursday evening he sent a direct message and I only saw it Friday evening,” she said.
Oriiginelle said it was surreal and crazy receiving a message from the rapper.
“At first I thought it was a spam, there was no way that guy would send me a message but obviously did my digging and it really was him,” she said.
The rapper recently released a single titled ‘Emadloti’ featuring rapper Mozaik The Producer.
“It made me realise that I am the girl I think I am. I mean it is one thing to get him to text you, but the thought of him going to listen to my music; I think that is the part that has me mind blown the most. It is reaching his ears! One of the most famous artists in the world not just the United States of America now it is the world, will listen to my music it is too much,” she laughed.
Over the years, Oriiginelle’s strive for excellence and dedication has seen her grow from strength to strength enabling her to become one of the most eccentric artists in the country.
She garnered the Eswatini hip-hop Award for Best Female Artist and was listed as one of the top five rappers from Eswatini by MTV Base and thirty2B Magazine.
Born and raised in Mbabane, as Makhosazane Thwala, Oriiginelle has always had a passion for music since the early days of her youth.
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