- Focalistic has hinted that him and his idol DJ Maphorisa are working on a new project
- The Ke Star hitmaker recently shared that he was happy to be in Garankuwa, Pretoria with the Amapiano producer
- DJ Maphorisa also took to Focalistic's comment section to show love and mad respect to him
Focalistic took to social media recently and hinted that he is working on a project with DJ Maphorisa.
The Ke Star hitmaker shared that he was happy to be in his hood in Garankuwa with Phori. Pitori Maradona showed love to Madumane and even called him his idol. Focalistc tweeted:
"So happy to be in my hood, Ga-Rankuwa, with my idol DJ Maphorisa right now! SA monate o kase fele re sale teng (the fun will never end)."
Maphorisa also took to Twitter and showed mad respect for the rapper. Madumane said:
"Mfanaka san Bulaya batho ba (my boy, kill the people)."
Focalistic is one of the hottest Amapiano artists currently and Phori is known in Mzansi as one of the best Yanos producer. Foca has been travelling across the continent performing in countries such as Nigeria.
His song Ke Star Remix recently hit 2 million views in a month on YouTube. Focalistic features Davido and Vigro Deep on the epic track.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that 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 New York's Time Square.
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."
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