Kurt Darren's hit single 'Loslappie' gets a revamp

Kurt Darren's hit single 'Loslappie' gets a revamp

The Kiffness has been entertaining the nation with his parodies of popular songs during the lockdown - and his latest edition is an instant hit.

The Kiffness

Local singer, songwriter, and producer, The Kiffness, real name David Scott, has been an integral part of the South African music scene for years.

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He's collaborated with some of the best talent SA has to offer and released hit after hit like, 'Too Blessed To Be Stressed' and 'Sugarman Remix'.

He has even used his platform to speak up about injustices towards musicians and others working within the music industry. 

Just last year he took on the SABC about paying artists royalties.

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Now since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown, he has taken his talents to a whole new level by doing song parodies.

He's done everything from turning 'Dancing Queen' by Abba into 'Quaranqueen' to singing to 'Sweet Corona', which is based on 'Sweet Caroline' by Neil Diamond.

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His latest offering comes after the announcement that South Africa will now be entering level 2 lockdown.

Taking one of Kurt Darren's biggest hits, 'Loslappie', he's once again turned it into another Corona parody.

Watch the video below:

Main image courtesy of The Kiffness Official Instagram

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