Parley Wang Has Points To Prove With His Latest Offering

Musically, 2019 has been a rather quiet year with only a few strong releases in the South African hip hop scene. Six months in, it looked quite worrying with little movement in the scene making it seem like the culture was in a dormant state. The commencement of the second half of the year welcomed an energy shift in the game with the release of Points 2 by Tembisa born and bred rapper, Parley Wang. A respected wordsmith from the East Rand who first burst into the scene with the release of Points To Prove, and his work on Frank Casino’s breakout mixtape Something From Me. With a solid team behind him on his come-up, record label and collective Dapper Gang, Parley Wang set on his path of chasing the hip hop glory armed with a strong narrative that gave local rap heads insight into the life of the Tembisa youth and life of hustle in the city of gold.

Points To Prove became an internet and street classic with many of Parley’s peers in the game providing him with the respect and acclaim. Rapping his heart out to prove that he is one of the best out in the game, Parley has continued on the same path sticking true his guns and the tradition of rap. To follow his breakout mixtape up he releases Points 2, a continuation of the series of rap projects where Parley displays his lyricism as he performs of Ben Rasco’s gritty and hard-hitting production. With this release, Parley Wang proves once again that he is one to watch in the local rap game.

Stream Points 2 on Apple Music below.

Alternatively, you can stream Points 2 on your favorite streaming platform here.

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