Let’s talk about Tanzanian born Young Spit and his latest mesmerizing Trap hit “Ready Set Go.” The Burundi blood on American soil is causing serious problems in these streets, and I am talking about every ghetto & every city. This new banger will force you to shake what yo mama gave ya and dance like there’s no tomorrow! Ready Set Go was directed by Stopsmilinfilms and released on September 27th 2019 via the Artists YouTube account. Trap music is a style of hip-hop that sprung out of the southern rap scene in the 1990s. When speaking of the “originators” in the trap music game, southern rappers like Gucci Mane, Young Jeezy & Three 6 Mafia come to mind. Trap has maintained a strong presence in hip-hop since it exploded onto the mainstream in 2009. We are thrilled to see a brother do his thang and express his creativity with some inspiration from the African American culture. But, the question remains, Is it appropriate for African Artists to make Trap Music?
According to Young Spit, he was born in East Africa and raised in America. He came to this country as a child, and his life experiences played a major role on his overall creativity. NaniMkaliTV reached out to Young Spit and he released the following statement;
” I have two sides to me; The American side and the African side. The African side is what inspires the Afrobeats vibes, the slow vibes and the Pop sound. The American side is what inspires the Trap and Hip Hop. I came to this country when I was 10 years old. I picked up some of the culture. This is where I grew up.” – Young Spit
Better Let Em know! It seems like Young Spit assimilated to the American culture and is simply expressing the experiences that contributed to his growth. We are a product of our environment. Our intelligence gives us the ability to adapt to whatever we are exposed to. Young Spit was able to adopt and express his intelligence in his music. Tanzanian born singer is on a path towards great success. Besides hit making, he’s a designer at Iwacu, badass aesthetic creator and a whole mood! Ooh Yeah!