- It looks like Costa Titch and AKA will be teaming up to bring their fans some lit new music
- Costa took to social media and got his fans to help him get AKA's attention regarding a saucy little collaboration
- AKA seems super keen and let Costa and their fans know it in the comment section of his post
South African rapper Costa Titch is ready to drop some fire tracks and it looks like AKA is wanting in on the heat. Costa is making waves in the Mzansi hip hop scene and AKA can definitely see it.
Having already worked with big names such as Riky Rick, Boity, YoungstaCPT and 25k, it wouldn’t be a bad idea if Costa got together with AKA and cooked up something spicy for the people.
Taking to social media, Costa expressed his need to drop new music and how he would love for AKA to be a part of it. Costa asked his fans to help get AKA’s attention by tagging him in the comment section of his post.
“Titch Gang! we need @akaworldwide to jump on this! Please tag him in the comments! Let’s see what we can do! #Costatitch #AKA.”
Costa’s plan worked as AKA responded in the comment section letting Costa know that he is keen to collaborate with him. Fans are hella excited about this one and cannot wait to see what Costa and AKA come up with.
“Let’s get it!!“said AKA.
This will not be the first time Costa and AKA work together though. The two worked together on the Nkalakatha remix as well as Blessings. There is no denying that whatever Costa and AKA produce, it is going to be all kinds of litty!
Briefly.co.za previously reported on an exclusive interview that was had with Costa.
Mzansi rapper Costa Titch has partnered with South Africa's much-loved Oros brand for a new campaign. As part of the campaign, homegrown hip hop and R&B come together in a unique collaboration Costa Titch and soul singer Boskasie.
The pair have teamed to release a new track called Rather Be With You as part of the Oros Just Add Fun campaign.
The campaign comes with a cool TV commercial produced by Left Post Productions and filmed in Johannesburg's hip Braamfontein district.
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