|Birth name||Pule Tlale|
|Born||20 October 2001 (age 19)|
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
|Instruments||Vocals · DAW|
|Associated acts||Roman Ciigar · Thxbi|
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Pule Tlale (born 20 October 2001), known professionally as Reign Racks is a South African rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer born and raised in Johannesburg. While attending high school at Boksburg High School ,he self-released his debut single Bout Dat under his own independent label REIGN Entertainment in September 2020 .The single made its radio debut on the South African Hip Hop Award nominated YFM SA Hip Hop Live Show.
2001–2017: Early years
Pule Tlale was born in Johannesburg on 20 October 2001 .He started singing at age nine and performed for the first time at a Parkdene Primary School talent show where he achieved first place .This went on to inspire him to develop a passion for creating music .While attending high school ,Tlale began to write and record his own music in a bedroom studio .
Reign Racks was interested in music at a young age .He made his music in the studio where his friend was an engineer .His early music included a single that he was featured on called Vanilla where he was accompanied by two other acts ,professionally known as Roman Ciigar and Thxbi .The single went on to gross over twenty thousand streams on SoundCloud and was very popular in his hometown. From the success of the single he then gained a decent following on social media platforms. In September 2020 Reign Racks released his debut single called Bout Dat produced by Themba Keli also known as Kimishi Beats, which is the first song that he released himself .The single was also featured on Slikour On Life Radio within the first week of its release.
- ↑ "Home". www.bokhs.co.za. Retrieved 2020-12-21.
- ↑ "Reign Racks - Bout Dat [Official Audio] - YouTube". www.youtube.com. Retrieved 2020-12-21.
- ↑ Vanilla ft. Thxbi & Reignracks, retrieved 2020-12-21
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