Flvme, the South African hip-hop sensation, has consistently wowed fans and industry heavyweights with his musical prowess and infectious hooks. Even the late AKA, a legendary figure in the game, recognized and applauded Flvme’s immense talent.
As Flvme gears up for the release of his highly anticipated album, “BLVCK And WHITE,” he took a moment to revisit AKA’s old tweet, where the late rapper praised Flvme’s debut album, “Candy Man.”
In the tweet, AKA mentioned that “Candy Man” was the last South African hip-hop album he listened to, stating that he generally avoids listening to local albums to maintain his own unique sound. This endorsement from AKA, who is known as Supa Mega in the industry, speaks volumes about Flvme’s exceptional musical abilities.
Flvme shared a screenshot of AKA’s tweet, using it as a reminder of his previous success and as a teaser for his upcoming album. The former Wrecking Crew member captioned the post, announcing that his second album is on the way.
“Candy Man,” Flvme’s debut album released in 2019, received widespread acclaim for its solid composition. The project featured collaborations with notable artists such as Ecco, Lafreshman, The Big Hash, Malachi, KashCPT, and Elizee.
The album’s production was skillfully handled by a team of talented producers, including MashBeatz, Zoocci Coke Dope, Big Les, Tybeatz, and more.
While details about “BLVCK And WHITE” remain shrouded in secrecy, fans can eagerly anticipate another impressive creation from Flvme. The artist has consistently delivered high-quality music, and this upcoming album is expected to be no different.
Interestingly, Flvme has also hinted that “BLVCK And WHITE” might mark his musical farewell.
This suggests that the album could serve as a temporary goodbye from the artist, as he takes a break from the music scene. Fans will undoubtedly be eager to savor every moment of this potentially final project and celebrate Flvme’s contributions to the South African hip-hop scene.