Black Panther took home the awards for Best Visual Effects, Best Production Design, and Best Costume Design.
JOHANNESBURG - Local rapper Reason has been flooded with congratulatory messages following the launch of the "Black Panther" soundtrack.
But it turns out there&39;s another hip-hop artist who goes by the same name.
American record label Top Dawg Entertainment released the list of music that features in the most anticipated Marvel movie on Wednesday night.
Grammy award-winner Kendrick Lamar, who&39;s also signed by the label, features on the lead song, "Black Panther", and two others.
Other highlight collaborations are local favourites Babes Wodumo, Sjava, Saudi and Yugen Blakrok.
The South African Reason broke it to his fans that, sadly, he was not part of the project.
I&39;m still not sure what hurts more. Telling you guys that I&39;m in fact not the "Reason" on the black panther album... or the fact that there&39;s another "Reason" out there on a project I SHOULD been on.— TopSeven---- (@ReasonHD) February 1, 2018
Congratulations to @Sjava_ATM @Saudi_rsa @YugenBlakrok and @BABESWODUMO!!!
Man without the hate the love wouldn’t feel so real! Thank you to everybody reaching out congratulating me! Huge moment for me right now! Only up from here! Thank you to @kendricklamar and @TopDawgEnt for the opportunity! pic.twitter.com/mVZ7e3poHG— Reason (@iam_reason) January 31, 2018
We dont care, you the reason we know and you dope so you deserve to be in that album pic.twitter.com/ykSlbMj9np— MnaNdiguLeeCore (@IamLeeCore) February 1, 2018
We finally get a Babes Wodumo song that DOESN’T feature Mampintsha! pic.twitter.com/ziB9YsM5Tr— okay.lelo (@lelowhatsgood) January 31, 2018
At Sterland, when Babes Wodumo&39;s Black Panther track drops. pic.twitter.com/NeAg6tDiQd— assistant (to the) Regional Manager (@kamoelevated) January 31, 2018