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Costa Titch & AKA – Static


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Talented rapper Costa Titch whose real name is Costa Tsobanoglou is a popular super talented rapper, dancer and songwriter in South Africa. He was previously a dancer and is well known for his hit songs like Nkalakatha and Activat, he come through with a collaborative album with Talented South African rapper AKA Kiernan Jarryd Forbes, known professionally as AKA, is a South African rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer and entrepreneur, they named this newly released project “You’re Welcome“.

You only get to call yourself “Supa Mega” if you’ve earned your stripes—and usually if you also have some scars to show for it. Yet Cape Town-born Kiernan Jarryd Forbes—better known by his stage name, AKA—can rightfully claim such a bold title with authority. Over several years, the hip-hopper, rapper and producer has consistently challenged the status quo, pushing the boundaries of what the world’s biggest genre is capable of achieving. And the results speak for themselves. AKA tore up the charts with his first two albums, and nabbed nominations for multiple Metro FM, Channel O, KORA, BET, MOBO and South African Music Awards (SAMAs). Today he’s cemented a reputation as the go-to guy when international acts tour Mzansi: just ask hip-hop royalty like Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg and Rick Ross.
The South African artist Costa Titch, born in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, in 1995, rarely misses a beat. The MC had already had a successful career as a dancer with the New Age Steez crew when he decided to set his sights on musical success. His 2017 banger “Activate” gained worldwide attention after an L.A.-based influencer played the song on their Instagram stories. Despite the international exposure, the local market took a while to catch up. He collaborated with the new wave of Mzansi hip-hop artists—PatricKxxLee, J. Molley and others—while strategizing how to dominate locally. It wasn’t until the Mandoza-inspired “Nkalakatha” in 2019 that Costa Titch cracked the code: people needed something they could relate to, and the isiZulu parts served that need. His trap-flavoured 2020 debut album, Made in Africa, incorporates Indigenous languages and styles while keeping one foot in international waters, like Costa Titch himself.



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