Rapper K.O is soaking in the success of his chart-topping single, ‘Sete’. Image via Twitter @MrCashtime

K.O  shakes the industry up with ‘Sete’ remix

K.O released Sete remix which features great local and fellow African artists.


Rapper K.O is soaking in the success of his chart-topping single, ‘Sete’. Image via Twitter @MrCashtime

Multi-award winning artist and former member of Teargas K.O has released a remix version of his hit song Sete.

Records that ‘Sete’ broke

The remix features the elite of African Music such as Diamond Platinumz and Nigerian singer Oxlade. The remix also includes Young Stunna who was a part of the original song.

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The song with its Afro-beat sound has dominated the RAMS radio chart for numerous weeks at number one. This is not the only impressive feat for the song because it also broke a number of records within the local entertainment industry.

The most impressive of these records is the fact that the original Sete has topped 27 million views on YouTube. This fact led to K.O being the first local artist to gain ten million YouTube views after a song has been released for a month. The song has also reached an impressive twenty million streams on digital streaming platforms.

SA hip-hop star K.O has made history with his single ‘Sete’ featuring Young Stunna and Blxckie. Image via Twitter @MrCashtime

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The rapper according to Bona Magazine disclosed to TshisaLive what impacted his decision to do a remix of the hit song;

K.O on the ‘Sete’ remix

“I was never big on remixes, but I believed it could be a great chance for us to take Sete to the next level, especially bringing in some amazing acts from the continent,” he told the publication. 

He also went further to elaborate on how he chose the collaborators for the remix;

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“I chose Oxlade and Diamond Platnumz because I wanted to make it organic, and they bring the west and east of Africa together, which is what I had hoped for,” said K.O while speaking to the publication. 

The remix is set to break even more records and earn K.O his much deserved flowers for having changed the game many times over.

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