Rapper Seepane Ntšaba commonly known by his stage name, Sepdz, has returned.
Four years after releasing Step Father, Sepdz has now released the much-anticipated Extended Play (EP) titled Stepfata Drama EP.
The four-track EP includes songs such as Back Then, 4 O’clock, 9 Months Later and Put me on, all produced by John 360.
Sepdz told Newsday Arts in an interview this week that he decided on the EP as an apology to his fans.
“The reason behind the EP is that I was supposed to have dropped a full project in a body of a mixtape tilted Fata Figure in July or August but that did not happen,” he said.
He also told this publication that he wanted to keep his fans entertained with fresh music which is why he opted to release the EP free of charge on all digital platforms.
This is Sepdz’s third project following the release of his mixtape, Sephetho Sa Langa, in 2015 and another mixtape Step Father in 2018.
Sephetho sa Lanka earned him a name as one of the most controversial rappers with the song ‘Mohaletere’ causing a lot of fan fair due to its originality.
It was produced from a speech made by the then deputy prime minister, Monyane Moleleki.
He took a break from the music scene after dropping Step Father in 2018.
“This is to say to the fans, while they are waiting for the promised mixtape, Father Figure, which is due for release in November; here is an offering to keep them entertained, free of charge on all platforms,” he said.
“I tried to work with young, upcoming artists to promote them because I have seen potential in them, the project is mainly produced by John 360 who is a very bright and gifted young producer,” he added.
He featured artist such as Smanjemanje Kidd, Kidd Laska and Duce Jr. It is available for download and streaming on digital platforms only.