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K.O Predicts The Legacy Of His Latest Single, ‘K:HOVA’

K.O Predicts The Legacy Of His Latest Single, ‘K:HOVA’. SAMA award winning rapper K.O has certainly earned his stripes in the SA Hip Hop industry. Starting out in the industry as a member of CashTime and now being a solo artist his sound has evolved and he is becoming stronger with every release.

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The Say U Will hit maker recently released his first single of 2021 K:HOVA which was well received by SA Hip Hop fans and fellow rappers. K.O also released stunning visuals for the single and secured the support of the SA Hip Hop community with his amazing talents. The rapper recently took to twitter to thank all his fans for their continuous support of his music.

He mentioned that the visuals for he single has just touched a 100 000 views and is on YouTube’s trending list. Apart from thanking his fans he thanked Sony Music, Lunatik Beatz who produced the song and his Skhanda World team and the directors of the music video. In the clip the rapper also speaks about what he wants the single to do for his legacy.

You know we pushed the envelope on a lot of things. What can I say? This is just one of those records where I wanna make sure my legacy is cemented and people know who the God is in these streets.” He says.

He captioned the video: “Thank you for the support – K:HOVA“.

K.O’s upcoming album is one of the most highly anticipated album drops of 2021. The rapper last dropped an album in 2019 when he dropped PTY UnLTD. The album included his SAMA award winning single Say U Will featuring Nandi Madida with whom he has collaborated with before.

The rapper has not revealed when he will release his album but fans can certainly look forward to K.O dropping another single soon!

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