JOHANNESBURG – Late hip-hop star Linda Mkhize, better known as ProKid, has been described as an extraordinary rap artist who used his music to document South Africa’s township culture.

The 37-year-old died on Wednesday night in Johannesburg after suffering a severe seizure.

Messages of condolences have been streaming in on social media from fans and those who worked with him in the hip-hop fraternity.

His former colleague Sbusiso โ€œDJ Sbuโ€ Leope says he inspired many young artists and ordinary South Africans through his music.


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