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K.O Shares Why He Didn’t Throw In A Verse On ‘V-Class’ Song By Zakwe & Duncan

K.O Shares Why He Didn’t Throw In A Verse On ‘V-Class’ Song By Zakwe & Duncan. Rapper K.O is one of the big names featured on the newly released album by Duncan and Zakwe. V-Class is one the singles that are getting the most positive reception from fans.

As one would have anticipated the song consists of hard raps, the flow and a hook which Mr Cashtime did some great justice to. When the tracklist was released fans expected to hear the Caracara star threw in some raps as well, unfortunately he couldn’t and has explained why.

K.O shared that if he I clouded his verse on the song it would’ve been too long. “Song was gonna end up super long, just happy I got to work with the homies,” he expressed himself.

There’s been a confusin circulating around on the title of the song, it was mistaken for Isoka Lamanyala which is an incorrect title. The Roots rapper blamed it on piracy reasons.

“V Class, angazi abantu bawuvusaphi lo Soka Lamanyala, piracy Lol ay,” clarified Zakwe.

 

Aphelele Peyana

Aphelele Peyana is a seasoned journalist at SA Hip Hop Mag. You can contact her on sahiphopmag@nine80.com

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