- Riky Rick has taken to social media to tease new music and he fans are loving the songs
- Riky Rick shared a video of himself jamming to the tracks titled Savanna Loco Pompo and Cishe Ngaposta
- Riky shared that he would like to feature the likes of Boity and Costah Titch on Cishe Ngaposta
Riky Rick recently took to social media to tease new music. The Boss Zonke hitmaker took to Instagram and shared a video of himself in his car jamming to his upcoming songs titled Savanna Loco Pompo and Cishe Ngaposta.
Savanna Loco Pompo is an Amapiano track while Cishe Ngaposta is rap. The star shared that he wants to go all out when he drops the hip-hop track. He said he wants to feature rappers such as Boity and Costah Titch on the new joint.
The star's fans flooded his comment section to share their reactions on the new songs.
Some of his fans want Riky Rick to feature their favourites on Cishe Ngaposta. Check out some of their comments below:
"@rikyrickworld please mfeth put Blaq Diamond x okmaloomkoolkat x Dee Koala x Costa x Frank Casino on that."
"Bring Malome Vector or Blaq Diamond on it."
"Get @itsyangachief on this!!!"
"Don't forget @emteethehustla bro."
"You only need Blaq Diamond on this one then it's fire."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported previously that Riky Rick dropped a new summer banger. The rapper trended on social media after he released the epic single titled Ungazincishi.
The star's fans, who had been patiently waiting for him to drop a new project, took to Twitter to praise him for giving them a dope track just in time for the festive season. They believe that the new joint will dominate dance floors and music charts in December.
The Boss Zonke hitmaker has become popular in Mzansi for dropping just one song that takes over the country. The hashtag #UNGAZINCISHI trended when he released the song just after midnight on Friday, 2 October. He features Focalistic and Tyler ICU on the new offering. One of his fans @TheRealAzee_RSA wrote:
"Riky Rick has the summer covered with that #UNGAZINCISHI track."
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