NEW MUSIC: K.O drops #Thatha featuring DaliWonga

Written by on 29 September, 2023

Award wining rapper K.O welcomes the summer with brand new single titled ‘Thatha’, featuring the talented singer-songwriter Daliwonga. In this single, Mr Cashtime continues the love story he started in SR3’s hit ‘SETE’.

The song speaks to a longtime hustler finally seeing their breakthrough, making millions of money, and in dollar that is. It encapsulates the essence of a man who finally wants to celebrate and flex the fruit of his hard labour with his longtime lover who patiently endured all the struggles of life with him. Speaking of the song; this is what K.O had to say:

 “This song basically –‘Thatha’ is all about receiving – and I think I am now at a point where I’m just reaching out to the universe and receiving all the blessings some that have already reached my hand and some that are still coming my way so for anyone who hears the song, I know the message resonates with them in a lot of different scenarios. I feel like it is one of those songs we gonna be celebrating with going into the festive season it is also a song I think I’d like to see living beyond this summer because it is a forever mood, very light-hearted, soulful, and just beautiful.

Here is the single cover art:

Skhanda Gawd thought to give his fans a treat and release this single followed by a music video shortly after release, the music video storyline is the first of its kind from him and his fans are sure to see a different side of him they’ll love.

‘Thatha’ is produced by LesBeats, Surprise Ndimande and K.O as well, and they having worked with Mr Cashtime prior on songs like ‘Say You Will’ which features Nandi Madida, it is no surprise that ‘Thatha’ captures K.O’s nostalgic sound with ease; without losing the essence of the new sound of catering to the broader African Continent market as well. Following the continental and international success of ‘SETE’ it is without awe that Mr Cashtime is taking a turn of catering to markets beyond SA.

 


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