K.O makes a grand comeback to the music streets

K.O makes a grand comeback to the music streets

K.O is definitely the talk of the town.

Tee Xaba & KO

The rapper has released one of the biggest songs for this summer – 'Sete', which features two other big South African artists in Young Stunna and Blxckie.

“I wanted to bring some afro-pop to the South African music scene.”

This song made huge waves in the history of South African music when it reached platinum status in less than a month.

The song also received more than five-million views on YouTube and millions of streams on music streaming platforms!

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The hitmaker graced our studios with his presence and told us some exclusive information about how he used his first paycheck to purchase a crate of beer.

K.O also graduated at the University of Vaal with a National Diploma in Public Relations Management, however, he battled to find employment to a point where his mother decided to send his applications to the South African Police Service, which K.O ended up not attending.

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Evidently, this was a blessing in disguise because his career started taking off in 2006 where he gained popularity internationally.

K.O decided to share the great news of his 'Sete' track on social media and received some amazing feedback from loyal fans.

The multi-award-winning artist is definitely a talented superstar and this can be heard through his great tracklist from his new album, 'SR3'.

'SR3' contains some great tracks and some of the best artists in South Africa such as Pabi Cooper, Blxckie, and Young Stunna feature.

This album is made specially for music lovers and everyone who enjoys a versatile tracklist.

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