Mzansi rapper Boity took to Twitter to tease her social media followers on a third new single that she's working on.
Not so long ago, Boity released her awesome second single, Bakae, and it was such a hit with fans.
The Mzansi rapper took to Twitter yesterday to release a teaser of her third single that she has been working on, and boy does it sound lit.
Her two-word comment on Twitter summed it up perfectly. She wrote: "New new..." Take a look to the video snippet she shared below:
The presenter-cum-rapper's career took shape after she released her first single, Wuz dat?. By the sounds of her latest teaser, her initial experiment is now more than that, it will soon be bringing in the dough for her as an income generator permanently.
Boity has not named the song as yet, and hopefully it doesn't cause her drama like her previous single Bakae did, after a UK rapper accused her of 'stealing' her song.
So far, from the little we heard, the single sounds pretty original and we can't wait for Boity to make that drop.
A month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Boity was accused of snatching hit single Bakae from a UK rapper.
There was a huge possibility that Boity may face serious legal issues after a UK rapper slammed her on social media, claiming that Boity stole her song, Bakae.
SA Hip Hop Mag reported that the All4Women publication said the UK rapper ,whose name is Karen Francis, claims that Boity's single came from a song she released last year called Cake.
Karen claimed that she listened to Bakae and she was in a complete state of shock because she immediately recognised so many elements of her song in it. She took to social media and posted a pic of her cover and the Bakae single cover with a long explanation of how she knows she was copied. (The post on her Instagram account can be seen in the article linked above.)
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Unfortunately, Boity didn't comment on the matter but we know that her single has performed exceptionally well since its release.
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