By Isaac Tugume
Multi-talented rapper and songwriter P.I.C has released his debut album dubbed ‘The Gap Year’, which is now available on YouTube and digital platforms.
Hailing from Swaziland, P.I.C storms the Hip-Hop scene with a dope compilation of 9 thrilling tracks on this album, which is distributed via Black Market Records.
Being his debut studio project, ‘The Gap Year’ is an amazing collection of street bangers that will keep P.I.C on the minds of thousands of people around the world.
The album features the following tracks; ‘The Basics’ (Intro), ‘Do It For Yourself’, ‘Speak Up’, ‘Mile Stones’, ‘In The Middle’, ‘Nothing to Lose’, ‘Location’, ‘Summer Days’ and ‘One Too Many’.
P.I.C seems to be out to showcase his great talent on this album, because he doesn’t feature any other artists on all the songs, which is not an easy fit for most rappers.
It should also be noted that P.I.C has since released a video for ‘Do It Yourself’, which is one of the heart-pounding jams off his new album.
Real name Phupho Mkhatshwa, P.I.C was born in Manzini, Swaziland.
He grew up in Tabankulu with his extended relatives as his mother pursued her studies in Botswana. He later relocated to Mbabane with the mother on her return to Swaziland.
P.I.C traces his passion for music back in his days at school, when he represented the school in spoken art and debate and would consequently perform freestyle for his schoolmates.
He is currently a law student at the University of South Africa.
You can stream his album The Gap Year on YouTube by clicking the link.