- Ntukza has called on aspiring hip-hop and Kwaito producers to submit their hard work to him
- The rapper, who shot to fame with award-winning hip-hop group Teargas, said he will need new fresh beats when he is done with his studio break
- A few producers have already taken to Ntukza's comment section to let him know that they are definitely interested in working with him
Ntukza has taken to social media to call on all aspiring hip-hop and Kwaito beat-makers to submit their work as he is putting together a new project.
The rapper shot to fame when he was still with Mzansi hip-hop hit group Teargas. The award-winning group, consisting of K.O and Ma-E, dominated radio and TV charts at the time Kwaito was still a dominant genre in Mzansi.
When the group members went their own separate ways a few years back, Ntukza also started his solo career as a musician. According to SAHipHopMag, Ntukza has gained more recognition for his work abroad more than here at home.
The star said when he is done with his "little" studio break, he will need new fresh and hard hip-hop and Kwaito beats.
"When I get off this lil' studio break and I’m refreshed, I'll need sumo beats, get at me with some hard hard - firstname.lastname@example.org."
He further explained:
"Obviously I need rap beats, Kwaito is very much welcome."
A few producers took to Ntukza's comment section to let him know that they were definitely interested in working with him.
In other music news related to Teargas, Briefly.co.za reported that K.O has detailed the hard work he has been putting into his brand in 2020. The star took to Twitter to let Mzansi know that he is motivated to work hard on himself regardless of the Covid-19 lockdown.
The rapper said he is also working on the winter range of his fashion line, Skhanda World. The Supa Dupa hitmaker has released new music and also dropped a few videos this year.
K.O said he is really motivated to put more effort into himself this year. He tweeted:
"I've really been on my grind lately, the music we making, the record label, the 2020 winter range. So motivated."
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