Nigerian rapper 'MCskill ThaPreacha' verses superbly on Schoolboy Q's "Crash" instrumental with a Quick-16 that's fit for a King. As MCskill ThaPreacha prepares to release his 10th-studio project this year, we're celebrating this Pan-African King by publishing his 1st hot-new freestyle session in 2019.
Saying THE 9TH CHAPTER by Nigerian hip-hop/story-telling sensation, McSkill ThaPreacha is GANGSTA, might be taken out of context. So we're going to modify that word in this blog adding this; THE 9TH CHAPTER is a masterpiece of intellectual prowess aimed at liberating the 21st Century Pan-African Youth from the prehistoric concepts of mental slavery and self-inhibitions. We’ve taken a lot of time digesting this colossal music project and we’re ready to let you know what we think. So without further delay…
The identity of hip hop has always been debated. Who's the better emcee? Who rules the 'rap-kingdom'? Who's the dopest rapper in Africa? And as the sun illuminates the world, so does hip hop! And while the debate about "who's better?" tarries on, Nigerian born international hip-hop star 'McSKILL ThaPreacha' transcends all that hype with the release of his 9th studio album; "THE 9TH CHAPTER".
In a world where lots of kids get their dreams shattered by the people they believe in the most while others get abused, threatened not to tell anyone, and with fear and tears in their eyes still summon the courage to tell their parents or guardian who in turn DO NOT LISTEN to the kids when they speak; Nigerian rapper "MCskill ThaPreacha" rises to tell stories which focus on tragedies that happen when parents and guardians most especially do not care to listen to what their kids are going through or help them achieve their dreams.
Nigeria's hip-hop savior, MCskill ThaPreacha storms the airwaves with his latest hit song "Work". This energetic Afro-Trap music features Roey - a Nigerian singer who tears up the track with his delivery and style of approach. "Work" is produced by Stormatique - MCskill ThaPreacha's Day-1 producer from way-back-when. The visuals for "Work" flows with streams of authenticity in its cinematography, content and concept. Shot in Lagos by Victor Graphics, "Work" envisages the strength and determination independent musicians in Nigeria need to have in order to have any iota of success in a deeply saturated and quite honestly, unappreciative music industry devoid of true hip-hop support and culture.
Nigerian rapper MCskill ThaPreacha turns up the heat with his hot-new single of 2018 titled "Work". The heavy-metal trap hit-song which is off his next album 'The 9th Chapter' features phenomenal Nigerian singer Roey and is produced by MCskill's Day-1 producer extraordinaire, Stormatique. The raw energy and vibe on this song fits perfectly into the 'Monday Motivation Music'. "Work (feat. Roey)" by MCskill ThaPreacha premiers at No.1 on MUSIC UNITES AFRICA's #Top40Africa playlist-chart show hosted ONLY and EXCLUSIVELY on Deezer.
When we published an article about MCskill ThaPreacha's "Diary Of A Supernatural" album back in December 2016, many were drawn aback as to how this independent Nigerian hip hop music artiste had gained so much global recognition while maintaining his uniqueness and style of music. A lot's changed since then. MCskill ThaPreacha has improved even much greater than when last we caught up with the Pan-African music artiste. His newest music video titled "Man In The Mirror" is a fan-favorite off his breathtaking album project and we're excited to share this video with you.
Nigerian emcee and hip hop torch-bearer MCskill ThaPreacha releases his 8th body of work titled "Diary Of A Supernatural"; a Pan-African hip hop album worthy of all the praise and accolades you're going to hear it get over the next few decades or so. It begins with a spoken-word oratory session by REZthaPoet who brilliantly delivers a memorable display of chosen words and heavy-hitting punchlines that resonate across the Pan-African spectrum of music, fashion and culture. MCskill ThaPreacha sets his stage on fire with a 5-mic performance on Diary Of A Supernatural. Songs like "Man In The Mirror", "Family Over Everything", "Dear Daughter" and "Black Child" (just to mention a few) reveals MCskill ThaPreacha's heightened sense of mastery in the arts of lyricism and storytelling. MCskill ThaPreacha's universal-mind and goodwill towards educating lovers of music with his timeless songs leaves a long-lasting imprint in our hearts and ears. A welcoming tribute to the type of music (realness) that awakens the originality and creative-consciousness of the African mind.