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A-Reece (Lehlogonolo Ronald Mataboge) is a South African hip hop recording artist and songwriter and a file manufacturer. he is popularly recognised for his music ‘Couldn’t which capabilities Emtee.
His thought changed into drown from his huge brother Phologo Jody Mataboge known as P-Jay from the hip hop duo B3nchMarQ. He were given his degree call “A-Reece” from his superstar sign Aries.
In August 2013, he launched a debut mixtaple ‘forever younger’. In 2014 he released “Casper photo” a song that is inspired by using the life of Cassper Nyovest. He turned into diagnosed and signed via a South African record manufacturer’uncooked x Productions’ at the age of 16.
On 31st October 2014, he released a second challenge ‘Browniez EP’ under Mythron/uncooked X statistics.
In 2015, he turned into signed to Ambitiouz leisure and launched his first single “Couldn’t” underneath the label. He launched Cutaways EP on 29 September 2016 which consists of songs that didn’t make the cut for his debut album Paradise.
On 21st October 2016, he launched a debut album that crowned the #1 spot on iTunes simply under 24 hours after its launch.
He was born on 27th March 1997 in Pretoria, Gauteng in South Africa. he is 21 years antique as of 2018.
A-Reece’s older brother is none apart from P-Jay (Phologo Jody Mataboge) from the hip hop group Benchmarq. Reece says that his album, titled PARADISE turned into inspired by a bad shooting incident which involved his cherished brother. P-Jay survived a gunshot wound.
Actress Natasha Thahane and neighborhood rapper A-Reece known as it quits after they stopped having time to peer every different. Thahane who is the grand daughter of Nobel Peace Prize winner, Laureate and Anglican Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, performs Amo in Mzansi Magic’s The Queen. She installed with Reece after she allegedly became down some other rapper, Sjava.