The Element

MASSIV METRO  |  Podcast , ±30 min episodes every 1 week, 2 days  | 
Hip Hop, since its inception, has meant and held differing levels of significance. At first, thought of as the music genre for the rebellious and outcast to being a social commentator for the minority and their social ills. At its core, it was founded on four elements, namely, break-dancing, rapping/emceeing, DJ'ing and graffiti and evolved to having a fifth element, Knowledge of Self added to it. The Element hones in on the one true element of Hip Hop – namely the LOVE of Hip Hop, through the eras, across borders and through it’s different genres.

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18
AUG

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Producer and Engineer, Kay Faith, recently released her album Antithesis and joined The Pristine Queen to share some insights and fun facts on the album. With features from the likes of BlakLez, Maglera Doe Boy, YoungstaCPT. Phresh Clique and more, the album showcases the skill of a variety of artists as well as a range of sounds. The passionate producer also spoke on the importance of safe spaces for artists and creatives, in general, especially women and how she wants to not only create those but also develop more artists and producers after her.
09
JUN

Tyson Sybateli tells the story behind the story of his latest album HOME, its rollout and more on The Element

Rising rapper, Tyson Sybateli, recently released his sophomore album HOME and kicked it with The Pristine Queen to give more insight on the project. The album has 12 tracks and features artists such as Una Rams, Thato Saul, Jay Jody, Wordz and more to tell the HOME story. The young artist speaks on the process of making the album, meanings of some songs and explains why he opted for a faceless roll-out of the music.
11
MAY

JAYHood unpacks his latest project Deep State, God, philosophy on Love and more

Pretoria rapper, JAYHood, dropped the album Deep State on 15 April, 2022 to align with his birthday - a tradition he’s maintained for a few years. The 14-track album is a personal take on themes such as the government, money in today’s society, mental health and more. He chopped it up with Queen Azizzar about the project and also touched on what else we can expect from him in the near future
10
MAR

ZuluMecca kicks it on The Element and talks about three-piece EP FABLE, its significance and lets us in on the future

Rapper and Actress, ZuluMecca, recently released a 3-track EP titled FABLE: A Parable by ZuluMecca. On it, she explores themes of spirituality, religion, what you need to do to succeed in the rap game as well as love and how it can sometimes be toxic. She joined The Pristine Queen to further explore these themes, the thinking behind each track and her overall view on certain things in society.
11
FEB

Touchline talks S.O.O.N. 2, plans for the album and more

Mr. Punchline, Touchline, kicked it with The Pristine Queen, Azizzar on The Element following the recent drop of his latest project, S.O.O.N 2: A Better Year. Touchline explains how the project tells a tale of his year in 2021 – the highs, lows and fun times – and serves as a wish for a better year in 2022. He speaks on how the project came about, what it means to him and what he hopes fans will get from it.

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