L-Tido Ends Music Hiatus With New Podcast “Only Fans Unplugged” Following a protracted absence from the SA hip hop scenes, L-Tido has made a comeback, but this time with a new approach to his art. L-Tido Ends Music Hiatus With New Podcast “Only Fans Unplugged” Since Tido has been absent from the hip-hop scene for…
L-Tido Ends Music Hiatus With New Podcast “Only Fans Unplugged” Following a protracted absence from the SA hip hop scenes, L-Tido has made a comeback, but this time with a new approach to his art. Since Tido has been absent from the hip-hop scene for more than a year, his supporters are reportedly growing impatient with the wait, but he is about to deliver something a bit different.
Taking to Twitter, the famed rapper announced the launching of a new podcast “Only Fans Unplugged.” The show will launch today at 14:00 on his YouTube channel and taking from the teaser he shared the rapper’s first guest show is the Big Brother Mzansi housemate Terry Treasure. “New show drops Tomorrow!!!! At 13:00 on YouTube.
From the first episode of Only Fans Unplugged, viewers should expect to hear Terry unpacking her sexual experience during her time in the Big Brother house and outside the house. Viewers must expect everything the show’s name suggests because it is rated +18.
L-Tido has been a very massive contributor to SA hip hop since the days the game was at its peak. He has worked with other reputable rappers and he has a slew of hit songs to his name. L-Tido’s last body of work before taking his hiatus was his EP ‘Pressure’ which he dropped in November of last year.
’16’ is also without a dispute Tido’s most reflective body of work to date. While the MC featured a few intimate songs on All of Me, such as “Problems” and “Unbreakable,” he features more of these tracks on 16 which he talked about issues that have been in his thoughts.
In the song “Letter To The Game,” he embodies hip-hop and expresses his opinions on the constantly evolving hip-hop industry. He raps about DJs who only play their own music, politicians who use hip-hop to further their own interests, and OGs who refuse to advance.
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