- K.O doesn't seem to mind the criticism of his new sound and style of music
- The rapper told a fan who asked him to go back to his old Skhanda sound that he loves the type of music he is doing currently
- The Supa Dupa hitmaker said he will not let his fans dictate to him because he is long past the style they want
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K.O doesn't mind the criticism of his new sound because he is "long past" his old style. The Supa Dupa hitmaker recently told a fan who criticised him that he is happy with his new sound and style.
The star used to call his style of rapping Skhanda rap back in the days when he released his classic album Skhanda Republic. The album had hits such as Cara Cara, Son Of A Gun and Mission Statement.
He has since moved with times and now drops new age hip-hop and trap songs. Tweep, @OliBar_SA, hit K.O up on Twitter and straight up told him he is not feeling his new songs.
"K.O please top your first album 'Skhanda Republic' Yoh! that was it my guy. Lately you still have bars but the singing part eish iyabheda brah. No disrespect my guy I love your music but 'Cara Cara', 'Son of a Gun' and 'One Time', classics."
K.O told the critic to check out other artists who offer the sound that he wants to listen to.
"You only like the old stuff and that’s okay, I’m long past that style. Sure there’s other artists that offer what you want check 'em out. Sorry ngiyabheda kuwe but I’m happy doing what I love with no man dictating to me. Stay blessed."
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Earlier this year, some of the rapper's fans got nostalgic about his old music and asked him to go back to the music he used to make. The muso told them that he couldn't do that and explained that the music game doesn't allow it.
Briefly.co.za reported that K.O has hinted at yet another collab with favourite Mzansi collaborator, AKA. He told a fan on social media that he and AKA have already done a track together that will be released soon.
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