- Talented musician Focalistic has opened up about his cool phrase, "Ase trap ke pina tsa ko kasi"
- Focalistic says the phrase in all his dope songs including Amapiano and hip-hop hits
- The award-winning musician revealed in a recent interview that the motto has changed his life
Focalistic has opened up about the cool phrase he says in all of his songs. Pitori Maradona says, "Ase trap ke pina tsa ko kasi" in all his banging hip-hop and Amapiano tracks.
The phrase has won him many fans locally and even in other parts of the African continent and overseas.
The Ke Star hitmaker has revealed that the motto has changed his life. Focalistic is now not only big in Mzansi but across the globe. He recently graced a Spotify billboard in Time Square, New York.
The star has also done an epic remix of Ke Star with Nigerian singer, Davido. He told TshisaLIVE:
"One of my most important decisions was when I said Ase trap ke pina tsa ko kasi, which was about three years ago and I think that was a decision I was taking that I'm going to make music that represents me. Music I am comfortable with, where I don't feel like I'm trying too hard."
Focalistic took to Instagram recently to share a snap of the huge billboard he appeared on in New York. He captioned his post:
"Came a long way from 2016. This is a hood dream!! New York Times Square Billboard!!! 2021, we go hard! First of many. BLESS UP @spotify @spotifysa #AfricanHeat to the LEFATSHE."
Musicians and celebs took to his comment section to congratulate him. Check out some of their reactions below:
"Congrats my International friend."
"Congratulations my friend."
"Piano To The World."
"Now this is major!!! Ke tletse!"
The Ke Star hitmaker posted snaps of the luxurious brand-new silver-grey Mercedes Benz V Class V220d AMG Line mini bus, valued at just over R1 million, on his Instagram account recently.
Mzansi musicians such as Jerusalema hitmaker Master KG, Costa Titch, Kamo Mphela and many others flooded Focalistic's comment section to congratulate him. The artist has been making and dropping new music since the Covid-19 lockdown began.
He has also collaborated with a few Mzansi artists on some of the biggest songs.
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