Gigi Lamayne leaves SA hip hop

South African rapper, Gigi Lamayne announces departure from hip hop, as she’s on a mission to explore other genre.

Gigi joins the likes of Cassper Nyovest and Sizwe (Reason) who dumped hip hop genre for Amapiano, but she’s set to try out more than just a genre.

Taking to Instagram, the star clarified a statement she made in a recent interview on leaving SA hip hop.

“I am leaving South African Hip Hop, and it’s the conventional way of doing things. I will be experimenting with other genre; King Monada and I are currently in studio, other artists,” she said.

Gigi made it known that there’s toxicity among rappers and she wants to be on her lane, making

“I do feel like the Hip Hop situation in South Africa right now is a little toxic in it’s own ways, and not to say I am completely detaching from that, but I am definitely going to be in my own lane,” she concluded.

People gave her their full support:

“Proud of you. Don’t let anyone label or limit you. I am on the same wave. The whole point of being an artist is to create and give experiences to the ones taking you seriously visually and sonically. To keep challenging yourself. Notifications are turnt on queen. Fucking go off on them and beyond that.”

“Music as a universal language, it matters not which genre one does. The supporters that love you will forever be with you, expand, fly and do all that you want,” another follower said.

Blacklez gave her a piece of advise, “The path is your own, nobody else’s.”

People gave her their full support:

“Proud of you. Don’t let anyone label or limit you. I am on the same wave. The whole point of being an artist is to create and give experiences to the ones taking you seriously visually and sonically. To keep challenging yourself. Notifications are turnt on queen. Fucking go off on them and beyond that.”

“Music as a universal language, it matters not which genre one does. The supporters that love you will forever be with you, expand, fly and do all that you want,” another follower said.

Blacklez gave her a piece of advise, “The path is your own, nobody else’s.”

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