Mzansi rapper, K.O took to social media, specifically his Instagram to share some exciting news with his followers.
After a much-anticipated wait for the release of his next big project, the rapper finally decided to release the date to his fans.
K.O revealed to his Instagram audience that he will be dropping his third solo album in September this year, and although his album is almost ready, he is still searching for a title.
Mr CashTime wrote: "My 3rd solo album drops Sept 2019! Already have the title but (just in case) what u guyz think I should call it? #ItsNotSR3"
According to SA Hip Hop magazine, K.O captured the full attention of his audience when he dropped ‘Supa Dupa’, which has climbed through radio charts and is currently one of the slickest songs in SA hip hop. The single is the lead from his upcoming album.
K.O has also been releasing a series of online documentaries, to build up even more interest. In the documentaries, the rapper covers a wide range of the philosophy behind his music, the effects of past experiences in music and his future plans.
“As a man, as an artist, I feel like I’ve hit the ceiling a hundred times over but I’ve managed to cut through where possible. Either you cut through or you stay there."
“I feel like by opening up more and engaging with you guys at this level, it allows me to step into other aspects. That’s why now you see me figuring new ways to engage with the people that follow me,” said K.O on his latest episode.
A month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that rapper K.O recently showed that he is one of the few musicians in the genre who is above fighting with his fellows. He sent a shout-out to the rappers who he says inspire him to make awesome music.
K.O is considered one of Mzansi's greatest rising rappers and has a huge fan base. The muso admitted he gets some of his inspiration from the other rappers in the industry.
He is also one of the few rappers who doesn't seem to have a beef with another rapper, unlike the famous feud between AKA and Cassper Nyovest.
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