Tiye-P Co-signs Young Twice as he name drops ‘the whole Industry’

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HipHop recording artiste “Tiye-P” launched his record label “Red Nation” recently and he signed steady rising rapper “Young Twice”. The Lsk based rapper also becomes the first artiste signed to Mwana Wa Nyirenda’s newly found record label.

After collaborating with Tiye-P on “Betrayal” and “WTFB, Young Twice dropped his first single yesterday under “Red Nation” called “The Culture” and immediately set the Industry ablaze. On the song which has Tiye-P talking in Between Young Twice’s verses, the new school rapper name Drops many Zambian rappers including some singers.

He starts off with Chanda Mbao who he dedicates a bar to in reference to his song “Too Much” which features Slapdee. He further goes for Singer Wezi and later Nez Long as he continues to drop his sick bars with an ultimate dope delivery. King Illest also becomes a victim in an effort to undermine his self-proclaimed ‘Kingship Status’.

Other artistes name dropped on the song include Natasha Chanda, Cleo Ice Queen, Kunkeyani Tha Jedi with Music Enthusiast Sanga Tembo getting a fair share from Tiye-P. Young Twice also seems to given credit to the likes of Slapdee, T-Sean, K.R.Y.T.I.C, Andy P. T-Sean, Daddy Zemus, Jay Rox, Bobby East among others who makes comparison to.

Download ‘The Culture’ Here