Brave Guys (Brave Rascals) has recently announced that they will be retiring from their singing careers.
The group will be releasing a studio album on December 6th and they have decided not to continue their careers as singers. Despite many comments, Brave Guys claimed that the decision has nothing to do with Supreme Team‘s E-Sens’ last tweet about comedians parodying hip hop in their songs.
Representatives of Winning InSight stated: ‘This album release will be the final album for the Brave Guys. It’s what they’ve planned all along so this decision has nothing to do with E-Sens’s diss.’
Brave Guys is a group created by ‘Gag Concert’ comedians, and since February, they have been receiving a lot of attention for their hip hop style music. They have released series of singles that have ranked high on music charts. Money earned through this songs were donated to various charities.
E-Sens has recently left a disregarding tweet in regard to comedians parodying hip hop in their songs. He retweeted a message left by indie hip hop artist B-Free, who wrote: ‘Why do comedians always mimic hip hop artists when they run out of ideas? It is not even funny and sounds like forceful singing’. E-Sens added: ‘Truthfully speaking, I hate seeing things like this.’
Article by Karolina & Alona
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