Boity Thulo raises Rap bars in new music video Mbuzi Queenstyle Nobody ever imagined Boity would raise the stakes when she announced that she would return to the music scene. The rapper has definitely found her mojo back taking from the recent freestyles.
Boity dropped a new rap video on her Instagram account. The clip showed Thulo rapping in front of a blue Jeep. She rapped on everything in her lyrics, from AKA being shot in the head, losing Costa Titch and even Riky Rick and even the load shedding that has affected small businesses to run properly.
Mzansi’s filmmaker and legendary actress Connie Ferguson couldn’t stop raving about Boity’s new rap song, and Mzansi also took to Twitter to show their support. Boity’s name is trending after listening to the new rap song you will definitely appreciate it.
She seems to have touched a lot of Mzansi fans with the lyrics to this video. Boity pays tribute to AKA, Riky Rick and Costa Titch in this new freestyle while addressing various pressing matters of Mzansi as a whole.
Seems it’s not just Connie who commented on Boity’s new rap song, Mzansi celebrities also took to her 6.1 million Instagram followers to show their support.
Taking to Instagram, Boity came through once again with another freestyle which she titled Mbuzi Queenstyle, we have to agree she dropped the bars and her fans are going wild. Listen to the video clip above and share your thoughts.
Boity also decided to give a shoutout to Uncle Waffles and Durban Gogo for their massive output in the music industry.
In Other News – Zakes Bantwini confirms retirement from music
Zakes Bantwini is playing no games with his retirement plans as he confirmed the decision with the announcement of his final studio album titled, Abantu.
The musician has had an amazing music career over the past months and the first announcement about his retirement occurred late last year.
At his 40something birthday celebration which he hosted days ago, Zakes spoke about the project; he said it will be out this November.
“Abantu is about working together towards unity that transcends social class through music and language because it does not see geographical location, race, age, gender, or political views.” read more…