TV star Boitumelo "Boity" Thulo, has dropped a new single today, which she said was partly inspired by the late Motswako rapper, HHP.
Boity released her first single late last year which was a huge success. We guess the TV star found a new calling in music, even though she has been rather quiet about it.
She posted the cover of her new single on Instagram and said: "The long wait is over. I'm finally dropping my second official single titled #BAKAE, produced by @therealganjabeatz this Friday".
TshisaLive reported that Boity wanted to do something different with her new single, Bakae. She said this track was different because she raps in vernacular. She said nobody has seen this side of her as yet and it reminds her of Motswako rap.
Boity said she always wanted to release something with HHP and was saddened by his death in October last year. He was only 38 years old.
She said when she first started her musical journeys, one of the first artists she wanted to work with was HHP. She said he was a legend and she loved what he did with Tswana.
"I tried to channel that in this song. I feel like he would have enjoyed this track, so in many ways it is for me," she told TshisaLive.
Boity also released a sneak peek of her new track on Instagram for her followers to enjoy.
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Boity said she just wants to have fun in her new calling. She feels blessed to have something she really enjoys and seems to be good at, when speaking about her first single. She believes the response to her first single was great and enough to give her the confidence to release yet another single.
She is quite enjoying this solo career as a muso and said the next few singles will be just her.
Just over a month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Boity Thulo fearlessly took on the rap game last year and she had conquered. She earned her first nod of approval at the South African Hip Hop Awards, by performing her new song, making it clear that she has what it takes.
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