Cruz Afrika On Plans To Sign Upcoming Artists To His Label ‘African Hotlines’. Cruz has made it clear that he has much more bigger plans in the music industry not limited to making music.
The Pray For Me rapper is an independent artist who has been working hard to get his craft across. Last time out he dropped music videos for three of the songs from his album – Godly. He has managed to get both TV and Radio airplays, leading to him securing positions in charts.
To give a little inspiration to his fans the rapper dropped a docu-series showcasing his life as a musician. The doc even inspired the likes of King Monada and many upcoming artists. “Am planning to give more upcoming artists a chance too under Afrika Hotlines.”
“Am gonna announce on how the Half of Me works for all newcomers,” he added.
As an independent artists, I’m inspired by @IamCruzAfrika ‘s story… So #BeInspired and check out his #CruzAfrikaDocumentary on YouTube
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— King Monada (@KingMonada_) July 3, 2019
Like most people who feel affected by the recent Xenophobic attacks from all ways, Cruz Afrika shared a penny of his thoughts.
“My Twitter timeline feels like hilbrow right now. What is going on with so much black on black hate. Do we fucken hate each other so much that it has to lead to self hate skin. Why are we not burning whites – why are always fightin black #XenophobiaInSouthAfrica.”
My Twitter timeline feels like hilbrow right https://t.co/ESuKRYhotZ is going on with so much black on black hate. Do we fucken hate each other so much that it has to lead to self hate skin. Why are we not burning whites – why are always fightin black #XenophobiaInSouthAfrica pic.twitter.com/vj7m25VJzB
— Cruz Afrika (@IamCruzAfrika) September 4, 2019