11-year-old rapper aspires to be like Cassper Nyovest or AKA, and Youtube fans agree

11-year-old rapper aspires to be like Cassper Nyovest or AKA, and Youtube fans agree

- One 11-year-old is showcasing his talent and SA is lapping it up

- MC Tsotso posted his debut song on Youtube and has already had over 19000 views

- His inspiration comes from stars like Cassper Nyovest and AKA

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One 11-year-old is taking the South African Rap scene by storm. Young MC Tsotso looks up to the likes of Cassper Nyovest and AKA, and is taking Youtube by storm.

His song, Ko Skolong, has already had over 19000 views on Youtube and it is still climbing. The song deals with life at school and his brother and uncle.

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Sowetan Live’s Sunday World featured an article on this rising star from Vryburg in the North West. In this article, he speaks about the fact that he has been rapping since he was four-years-old.

The dedicated youngster first performed in 2011 at a cultural evening in his hometown.

Tsotso’s mum is the epitome of a proud mama and comments that she isn’t surprised by his talent in the music world. She said she had him prematurely, when she was only seven-months pregnant and that her doctor told her, all premature babies are special.

She added that she does encourage him to focus on his books, over and above his music – “because education is important”.

This rising star says his main inspiration came from his older brother. Tshepang Lebona. He added that he is

“inspired by the likes of Khuli Chana, Cassper and AKA. I like hip-hop because I can express myself without any limitation."

The sky is the limit for this little star and today he performs in Vryburg at the Huhudi Food, Arts and Craft Festival at Bloom Tech Lodge with the likes of DJ Nation, Afrisoul, Fruitystar and GP Massive.

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Briefly.co.za featured an article on Emtee giving an aspiring rapper R100 000. Who knows, hopefully this bright star will find support like this to help him kick-start his career!

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