- K.O's song titled The Warning was one of the biggest songs in his 2017 album titled SR2
- A fan recently asked him whether he was angry and emotional when he composed the song
- The rapper said back then when he wrote the song, he had just turned over a new leaf in his life's journey with God
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Rapper K.O has revealed what inspired some of his bars in the song titled The Warning.
The Warning was one of the hit songs in his 2017 album titled SR2.
The rapper was recently asked by a stan on social media to decode what he meant with the lyrics:
"Make sure you keep it clean when you mention my name, don't cross the line, you'll pay the price for it."
The fan reckoned K.O sounded angry and emotional in the song.
The Caracara hitmaker replied to the stan:
"Back then, turned over a whole new leaf since late 2018. God is the greatest!"
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K.O was a member of hit group Teargas before going solo. After the group split, he established a label called Cashtime Records, which also collapsed.
When he came back after taking a much-needed break from the music scene, he dropped SR2, which included the track The Warning.
Briefly.co.za recently reported that it has been a decade since L'Tido and K.O released their smash hit titled .
K.O has hinted that he doesn't mind going back to the recording studio with L'Tido to create another song to celebrate 10 years since We Rolling dropped.
He recently took to Instagram Live to celebrate the songs 10-year anniversary.
"By the way, We Rolling came out 10 years ago. Somebody please get on the horn and tell L'Tido we need another one. Okay?"
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