4 South African Hip Hop artists who clean up well


Gone are the days when Hip Hop dressing was baggy jeans and branded tracksuits. Fashion is evolving and our Hip Hop stars are stylishly evolving with it. When it comes to hip-hop style, these artists lead the way. From crisp suits to hard bottoms, they know how to make the switch from Jordan's to crisps suits and ties. Aka Screen Shot 2016-07-22 at 3.43.20 PM Aka has really upped his suit game since coupling up with the ever stylish Bonang. The Supa Mega is always kitted in designer gear and suits. Aka has always been vocal about Kanye West being his idol and his new found style says it all. Screen Shot 2016-07-22 at 3.45.24 PM Da Les Screen Shot 2016-07-22 at 3.49.22 PM We have watched Da Les evolve from the young boy with a backpack and colourful Amakip kip clothing to the sophisticated gentleman who rarely disappoints on the red carpet. Screen Shot 2016-07-22 at 3.59.18 PM He puts more effort into his style and has slowly transitioned to a more grown and sexy look. Reason Screen Shot 2016-07-22 at 3.42.29 PM Reason  Screen Shot 2016-07-22 at 4.16.48 PM Reason's style is an extension of his personality. He can flip from a classic cocktail suit to fresh sneakers and still look stylish. He is not shy to switch up his look either from throwing a scarf over his shoulders to wearing double breasted suits in bold colours and loafers, Khuli Chana Screen Shot 2016-07-22 at 4.10.00 PM Chula Chana is one of the best-dressed men to step in front of a mic. He always puts in extra effort to look good for his videos and stage perfomances. He is one of the few that can wear anything and bring a level of sophistication to hip-hop fashion. Screen Shot 2016-07-22 at 4.03.20 PM What do all the stylish rappers have in common? They are really seen without a pair of their coolest shades. 

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