K.O says he's opened more doors for others in SA's hip-hop scene

K.O says he's opened more doors for others in SA's hip-hop scene

- K.O has opened up about being in the Mzansi hip-hop industry for a whopping 14 years

- The Supa Dupa rapper has emphasised that he's opened more doors for other upcoming rappers more than any other rapper

- Mr Cash Time also thanked his supporters for his recent victory at this year's SAMAs

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K.O has been in the Mzansi hip-hop scene for a whopping 14 years. The rapper recently took to social media to let peeps know that he has created opportunities for other rappers more than any other hip-hop artist in South Africa.

The Supa Duda hitmaker shared a video where he thanks his fans and music lovers for their support following his recent SAMAs win. He captioned his post:

"14 years in the game and still going! I’ve opened more doors for others than any other hip-hop artist in SA."

The award-winning artist also expressed his gratitude for being the the only rapper that had five SAMA nominations. He bagged the Best Collaboration award for his smash song with Nandi Madida titled Say You Will.

Briefly.co.za reported that Nandi was totally blown away by the win and the endless blessings she has received lately.

"No guys! Wait! Is this even real?I worked with the beautiful, kind and Iconic Beyonce who picked me to be in her historical visual album and then I win a SAMA . God and the ancestors are truly showing off! Thank you guys so much for your LOVE!Thank you! I love you!"
K.O says he's opened more doors for others in SA's hip-hop scene

K.O says he's opened more doors for others in SA's hip-hop scene. Image: @mrcashtime/Instagram
Source: Instagram

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In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA bagged a SAMA for his Jika music video and he couldn't be happier. The rapper celebrated by posting a video of his reaction on social media.

He also thanked his fans for voting for the song. The rapper's hit song Jika featuring Yanga Chief scooped the #SAMA26 Music Video of the Year. Yanga Chief recently won this year’s SAMA for Hip Hop Album Of The Year.

The music video category was a heavily-contested one as AKA was up against Prince Kaybee, who had two nominations. AKA had previously thrown shade at the selection of nominees. The Fela In Versace hitmaker felt too many music videos were nominated in the category.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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