MsCosmo releases new single featuring Kwesta, Solo and Kid X.
She celebrates ’88 babies in her new single called ‘88; to show off some of the fellow creative personalities born of the significant year in the nighties.
It embodies a reunion of sorts as the three rappers lace a classic sample with a mix of kasi rap, and eloquent flows – showing off their ’88 swag in the mix with a sing along chorus depicting the celebration of being an ’88.
I’m proud to be an 88 baby, and I wanted to celebrate that with my fellow school of ’88 mates like Kwesta, Solo and Kid X. I really love this song! Producing it with Trey really took me down memory lane and so I’m excited for everybody to get to just how we stand out as hardworking 88’s
said Ms Cosmo on her new single.
Ms Cosmo had this to say;
As always Kwesta was a real pleasure to work with. Matching him up with Kid X and Solo wasn’t difficult at all, as they already all share great musical chemistry – making the process of making this song, incredibly phenomenal
The song drops ‘88 on 07 December across all digital platforms.
Robin Thirdfloor drops Ayashisa Amateku
Robin Thirdfloor is back with a new single – Ayashisa Amateku.
Just when we were getting to absorb the rapper’s offering with Mark Akol, Isomiso, that dropped in November 2018, Durban based rapper Robin Thirdfloor is back with a new single.
This time it’s produced by Sebastxn, a South African producer now based in Canada. The single is titled Ayashisa Amateku (direct English translation: The sneakers are fire) and is taken off the rapper’s upcoming mixtape, ZITHANDE, that is dropping February 2019.
At first listen you’d think the song is just about sneakers, which it is. But Robin also gets to share a bit about himself and mentioning the work he has put into his career and the fruits in which he is now reaping, despite heavy criticism for carving his own lane.
This is Robin’s first release under his own label Bhotela Republic and we are excited to hear more from the rapper.
The track officially drops on 11 January 2019.