K.O ft. Cassper Nyovest – Waya Waya


K.O ft. Cassper Nyovest – Waya Waya :Waya Waya is a single performed by rap veteran and former Cashtime chief K.O featuring Family Tree head honcho Cassper Nyovest.

The record is taken off the short project titled Two Piece released under Skhanda Republic and sees the two rap king kill things in vernacular. Listen up.

K.O ft. Cassper Nyovest – Waya Waya [Download]

Brief About K.O

Ntokozo Mdluli (stage name K.O) is a South African hip hop artist, rapper, songwriter and businessman from Mpumalanga. He was a member of Teargas, a hip hop group which released its debut album titled K’shubile K’bovu in 2006, followed by Wafa Wafa in 2008, Dark or Blue in 2009 and Num8er Num8er in 2012. He released his debut album Skhanda Republic in 2014, followed by Skhanda Republic 2 in 2017 under Sony Music Entertainment Africa.

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K.O was born Ntokozo Mdluli in the Soweto township of Johannesburg in the Gauteng province of South Africa. He is the son of Thembisile Mdluli and Jabulani Mdluli. K.O moved to Piet Retief in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa with his family while he was an infant. He completed his matric and went to Vaal University of Technology where he studied a National Diploma in Public Relations Management. While at Vaal University of Technology K.O met his would be band mates, brothers; Ezee “Ma-E” Hanabe and Bantu “Ntukza” Hanabe. K.O completed his studies and graduated with a Public Relations (PR)Management National Diploma from Vaal University of Technology. Initially he struggled to find employment, according to a Sowetan article he spent two years unemployed before his mother sent his CV to the South African Police Service but he never followed up. “I was trying to make demos with funding from my parents and they believed in my dream but I eventually started giving up. My mother sent my CV to the SAPS but I didn’t go for the interview. The day of the interview I knew I was struggling but I couldn’t go through with it,” K.O was quoted in the Sowetan. He went on to work in the field of his studies with a dream of becoming a musician.

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