The Hustle Is Back!

The Hustle

The biggest hip hop show on TV is back, and the battle to join the ranks of hip hop royalty will be bigger and badder than ever when The Hustle season two, proudly brought to you by KFC, premieres in April. VUZU AMP is bringing back industry royalty in Khuli Chana, AKA, Stogie T, and joining this noble ensemble is Siyabonga ‘Scoop’ Ngwekazi, as show presenter.

The Hustle

This season the judges have raised the bar and are taking no prisoners when it comes to producing the goods. Expect harsher, more candid feedback, within a contemporary war of hip hop genres: trap, boom bap, motswako, and trap gqom. This season’s winner walks off with R 250 000 cash prize; an Opel Corsa Sport, a record deal with Vth Season, and a PR contract with African Star Communications, in being crowned the prince or princess of the hip hop world.

The Hustle

Sphumelele Sibeko, M-Net’s Head of Reality for Local Entertainment Channels expressed her enthusiasm at the show’s return, “The Hustle is without a doubt the biggest hip hop talent search in the country – it’s not only significant for the superstars it creates, but more importantly, for the local entertainment industry as a whole. The hip hop world has seen an all-out stylistic revolution in the last few years, and that will come through very strongly in a more intense, more competitive new season.”

The Hustle

Produced by Callback Dreams, The Hustle season two will premiere on Monday, 17 April, simulcast on VUZU AMP and VUZU at 19:30.

 

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I’m the Junior Writer, and I write stories for both our online and print platforms. I’ve always been passionate about the world of media and entertainment and I’m grateful to now have an opportunity where I can give people a voice. Some of the celebs I’ve interviewed include, Cassper Nyovest, Randy Fenoli, Maps Maponyane, Mel Gibson, and a whole lot more. I’m also passionate about social media; I love the fact that it has made it so much easier for people to get themselves out there. If I’m not writing stories, I’m either in the studio making music, especially Hip Hop or I’ll be spending time with my loved ones.

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