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Wednesday, February 1, 2023

K.O Drops ‘Skhandaville Freestyle’ in Anticipation of SKhanda Republic 3.

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Veteran South African rapper and Skhanda World CEO K.O. has finally taken time off building his Skhanda World artists and focusing on his solo career once again. K.O. announced last month that he is ”feeling like rapping again..” and will be dropping the third installment of his ‘Skhanda Republic’ album franchise, the first which is a certified Mzansi classic was released in 2014 his debut year as a solo artist. K.O has released a freestyle called ‘Skhandaville Freestyle’ to give fans a taste of what is to come on the album, as he promised fans on Twitter that ‘SR3’ will be just as good as the first one.

Skhanda Republic 1 was very successful and spawned the hits ‘Caracara’ featuring Kid X and ‘Skhanda Love‘ featuring Nandi Madida, ‘One Time’ and ‘Son of A Gun.’ Skhanda Republic 2 struggled to attain the same commercial and critical success, which led K.O to take a hiatus from solo works and build his Skhanda World Records.

‘Skhandaville’ shows that K.O has not lost his rap skills just yet despite being 41 years old and in the game for more than two decades as he glides on two Trap beats rapping like he has something to prove.

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Lucas Henshaw is a versatile writer and music blogger who has written countless reviews and blog posts for several big brands. Follow his work @Lucas Henshaw on Facebook, @lucas_9ja on Twitter and @Lucas Henshaw on Linkedin.

Lucas Henshaw is a versatile writer and music blogger who has written countless reviews and blog posts for several big brands. Follow his work @Lucas Henshaw on Facebook, @lucas_9ja on Twitter and @Lucas Henshaw on Linkedin.

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