In a dynamic and evolutionary world of Hip Hop, Trap star Le Hommie sets a tone to be a force in his own lane. The Zimbabwean born rapper, real name Panashe Mrewa, started making noise in Cape Town under his affiliation with the Synergy crew and fellow Cape Town rapper Tayie.
The now Cape Town and London-based recording artist has over the years carved a signature sound that has come to be a ticket in setting him apart from his peers.
Following his fall out with the Synergy crew he focused his efforts on making music that is upbeat and soulful, churning out a steady stream of records and singles, and further proving that he’s not just another studio-artist rookie but a success-in-the-making dynamite who’s turn to blow up is imminent.
In his latest new single Tax, Le Hommie teams up with an Angolan-born rapper Si Xiazi. The single that is set to drop June 15th follows on the moderate success of his previous attempts and promises to continue adding that winning stamp to his sound. Tax is available on all major digital platforms on release day.
Le Hommie, who opted for a non-mononym stage name adding the prefix “Le” to the moniker against the rap cliché “Lil,” says he did it to add “flavour” to his name. This catchy, flavourful identity is used across his social media platforms which have been growing steadily over the
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