Stogie T advises beginners not to retreat in this area either you are in the lead or you are not

Stogie T advises beginners not to retreat in this area either you are in the lead or you are not

Veteran musician Tumi “Stogie T” Molekane is one of the best rappers within the country, dropping stronger bars than a jail gate, and needs to share a number of his knowledge with subsequent-gen.

Stogie T advises beginners not to retreat in this area either you are in the lead or you are not

Tumi has never been scared to talk his mind and recently took to social media to warn up-and-coming musicians about releasing music that’s half-baked.

“Don’t be lazy. If the road or verse doesn’t feel right, rewrite it, rethink it. Trust that there’s a far better line in you. That trust is named confidence.”

The muso said it had been more important to end the work than to go away it did and hope for the simplest.

“Don’t accept the half-thought line or the semi-dope line. Finish it.”

The advice is a component of his Verse each day series, which is aimed toward dropping nuggets of wisdom on the socials for young talent to find out from.

“If you begin today, you’ll write a verse each day. It doesn’t need to be a special verse or anything, just write. Also, this is applicable for any disciple who isn’t MCing,” he told fans on New Year’s Day Day.

He also preached the virtues of visualizing the verse before you write it.

“Take a flash to properly consider and visualize what your verse will sound like at the top. Map it call at your mind. Not the concept just seeing how it’d pan out. Bumping a beat helps.”

It wasn’t just musos who were getting sermons.

Stogie also had advice for those that were looking so far rappers, telling them to first confirm their bae is really a rapper.

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