5 ProKid classics you should listen to
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Johannesburg - As South Africa mourns the loss of hip-hop artist Linda "ProKid" Mkhize who died on Wednesday following a “severe seizure attack”, DRUM remembers the star who touched people’s lives through his inspirational music.
Pro’s songs always had a positive message that either motivated, inspired or simply made the listener feel good.
The word bhampa refers to a walk usually done by men from townships whenever they felt confident. In this song ProKid uses puns and punchlines to appreciate the vibrant township culture.
5. Ungaphelumoya Son
The IsiZulu word ungaphelumoya means "don’t give up." In this song Pro encourages people to never give up no matter what they go through. The rapper also raps about some of his personal struggles he has faced and how he has never lost hope. Below are some fan tributes for the Hip Hop star.