Halala: Focalistic Gets Nod From Time Mag for 'Ke Star' Remix With Davido & Vigro Deep

Halala: Focalistic Gets Nod From Time Mag for 'Ke Star' Remix With Davido & Vigro Deep

- Focalistic got a nod from Time magazine for his Ke Star remix featuring Davido and Vigro Deep

- The publication said the hot Amapiano tune is one of the doppest tracks to be released this year

- Focalistic took to social media to celebrate the good news with his fans and revealed that it's the only African song on the list

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Time magazine recently showed major love to Mzansi Amapiano artist Focalistic. The US publication has shared that Foca's Ke Star remix featuring Vigro Deep and Afrobeats artist Davido is one of the hottest songs to be dropped in 2021.

The musician's song is the only African track on the magazine's list. The annual list honours the best songs across the globe so far and Mzansi's Amapiano tune is flying our flag very high.

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Halala: Focalistic Gets Nod From Time Mag for 'ke Star' Remix With Davido & Vigro Deep
Focalistic got a nod from Time magazine for his Ke Star remix. Image: @focalistic
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Pitori Maradona took to Twitter to celebrate and share the good news with his fans. He also thanked Davido and Vigro for agreeing to be part of the epic remix. The star wrote:

"@Time magazine Magazine says #KeStarRemix is one of the best songs to come out in 2021 so far @davido @VigroDeep Danko! The only African song on the list."

The musician's fans took to his comment section to praise him and Davido for releasing the fire track. Check out what they said below:

@Shug9Shakur said:

"Anything @davido touch turns to gold."

@iam_idboss wrote:

"This song is easily the song of the summer. I hope you guys will submit it for the category of 'best global music performance' at the Grammy awards this year."

@iamhbozz commented:

"Davido's influence is massive."

@Makabazajimmy wrote:

"Congratulations FOCA, keep inspiring us bra Foca... It's still very tough for us mo Kasi, mara when you keep working and shining like this. You inspire us to be hopeful about the future. Stay blessed man and may God be with you always."

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@michaelsomto7 added:

"Talk about hits and classics... just leave it for Davido he got this, he has been giving us hits for 10yrs straight!!!!!"

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In other music news, Briefly News reported that Focalistic has opened up about the cool phrase he says in all of his songs. Pitori Maradona says, "Ase trap ke pina tsa ko kasi" in all his banging hip-hop and Amapiano tracks.

The phrase has won him many fans locally and even in other parts of the African continent and overseas. The Ke Star hitmaker has revealed that the motto has changed his life. Focalistic is now not only big in Mzansi but across the globe. He recently graced a Spotify billboard in Time Square, New York.

Focalistic took to Instagram recently to share a snap of the huge billboard he appeared on in New York. He captioned his post:

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"Came a long way from 2016. This is a hood dream!! New York Times Square Billboard!!! 2021, we go hard! First of many. BLESS UP @spotify @spotifysa #AfricanHeat to the LEFATSHE."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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