Flex D’Paper is a name that stands out in UG Hip-Hop cause of his extra efforts in pushing whatever he attaches his brand to, be it clothing or music. As a way to get ahead in the rap circles Flex D’paper has done extra from directing his own videos to designing concepts for the Rapaholix clothing label on top of executing well calculated moves when it comes to his music. Flex D’Paper is putting out a full body of work titled “Not For Sale”. This is a mixtape that he has been working on and features big names in the industry which in a way reflects the level in which his brand has reached as a rapper and entrepreneur in Ugandan hip-hop.
“Not For Sale” has been one of the most anticipated projects we have had to release so far this year. The tape shows Flex D’Paper’s growth and in a way reflects his musical direction. With features from Navio, Martha Smallz, A-Pass, kemishan, Loco (Germany), Big Tril this tape is a force to reckon with. Flex D’Paper named the mixtape to address certain issues such as land grabbing and human trafficking (which laid out in the intro).
“The name has three angles to it, The first being it’s a free mixtape to my fans that have always been waiting on a project from me for now about 4 years. While the second point is that it’s a dedication to the different people suffering directly or indirectly from the human trafficking that we see daily but many chose to ignore.” Flex D’Paper describing the inspiration behind the title of the tape. “We always see this happening to fellow Ugandans taken to Arab countries where they are promised a lot but things end up at times as modern day slaves. While the second dedication is to the victims of land grabbing and land wrangles many families in Uganda have been through this and it’s sad that it keeps going on.” added Flex’Dpaper.
The tape is a long awaited full body of work that hip-hop fans have waited for from Flex and its finally here entirely and its for free.