K.O. Talks Hip Hop, Financially Surviving The Coronavirus Pandemic and More In New Interview | Watch
It is on record that the music industry is among the biggest hit by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. With public gatherings banned and musicians unable to hold shows, many of them have lost their sources of income…
Veteran musician K.O. is one of those affected by the virus, of course. The one-time Teargas member, who has given a platform to many musicians out there, spoke about financially surviving the coronavirus, creating a South African sound, and generations of hip hop in a recent interview with SlikourOnLife.
K.O. is 14 years in music in 2020. It has been a long and eventful journey for the songster making music and getting featured on the works of other artistes. Today he is justly respected for the impact he has made in the industry. His “Say U Will” video with Nandi Madida was nominated for and eventually won the South Africa Music Awards (SAMA) in the Collaboration Of The Year category.
The interview with SlikourOnLife might reveal some aspects of the rapper you may not be unfamiliar with until now.
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