Forgie fox Announces Dates for EP Launch

Fast-rising South African rapper, Forgie Fox, kicked-off the New Year in high spirits after finally announcing the dates to his upcoming EP.
Slated for the 21st of March 2020, the EP ‘Pray For Me’ is one of the most anticipated projects from the young rapper.
“I'm working on an EP titled "Pray For Me" which will be released on 21st March 2020 on my birthday and it will feature Jhamore from Nigeria and other artists from South Africa. The EP is going to be a strictly kwaito and hiphop one”, said Forgie Fox while announcing the EP dates in a recent interview with Urban Craft magazine.

As to the inspiration behind, not only the title of the project, but the songs that make up this much awaited project, this is what he had to say……
“What inspired my EP name was my background --- where my mom taught me to always talk to God before doing anything and I feel like the EP will do well”, said the musician. 

For the Polokwane-based rapper, the year 2018 had quite a number of ‘special moments’ and he made sure to share with us a few cherished ones.
“One of my best moment from 2018 was getting to see Bontle Modiselle appreciate the song that I made about her and getting to work with Jhamore from Nigeria --- and also build relationships with quite a number of artists from all over the world like Sweden and USA to mention few”, said Forgie Fox.

The 17 year old is hoping to build on those milestones from 2018 and looking forward to making his mark in 2019.
“In 2019 I will be releasing 2 singles, featuring 2 upcoming artists just to give them a platform to showcase their talent and push them to a point where I feel they can now make it on their own”, said the musician.

Forgie Fox’s young career began a little over 3 years ago and continues to blossom year-in-and-year-out. The rapper who draws heavy influence from the likes of Cassper Nyovest has had the unique opportunity of sharing the stage with some of South Africa’s finest, from Kwesta to Emtee, Mafikizolo, CashTime, King Monada, Master Kg, Double Trouble and Mungu Africa, just to mention but a few.
“My career definitely changed when I travelled to Nigeria to work with Jhamore on a song. I would love to work with Kwesta and Cassper Nyovest on a song in the next 4 years and sign to a major record label”, said the Venda born and bred rapper.