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Date set for Rhyme Apostles release

United Kingdom based rapper Rhyme Assassin has announced that the lead single to his upcoming album will drop on April 3.

UNITED KINGDOM based rapper Rhyme Assassin has announced that the lead single to his upcoming album will drop on April 3.

The Rhyme Apostles will pave the way for the launch of the album Dedicated to Self which will drop later this year.

On Rhyme Apostles, Rhyme Assassin brought together a total of 12 rappers on one track.

On the track Rhyme Assassin will be featured by internationally acclaimed Mcees Crooked I, Canibus, AFRO, Ruste Juxx, Craig G, Prodigal Sunn, Chino XL, Keith Murray, K Solo, Reks, and Antlive Boom.

“I am happy that everything is set and ready for the release. It was a hard job of putting everyone together despite their respective busy schedules and some of them are always on tour.

I can’t wait for the world and hip-hop to feel what we have been cooking for long behind closed doors,” he said.

Born Tichaona Monera in Chivhu, Rhyme Assassin grew up in Harare’s suburbs of Highfield and Houghton Park. 

Rhyme Assassin started music in 2000 doing rap battles and performances up to 2002 when he left for the UK. He then resumed his music career in 2012 when he met a UK producer named Deep Voice who ignited his passion for music and he started writing and recording music.

In 2014, Rhyme Assassin started the Mwana Anokosha concert, a charity musical event for orphans at Harare Children's Home and the event has featured several performing artists. He has also been involved with Afro Empire dance group's charity initiatives.

He is a record label owner at Uncle Rhymes Records. The record label is home to two artists T9yce and Lincoln the Prez and is looking forward to working with more artists from different genres.

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