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K.O (Ntokozo Mdluli) is a South African hip bounce craftsman and rapper who initially accomplished well known as the individual from Teargas, a celebrated around the world hip jump gather which discharged a widely praised make a big appearance collection titled K’shubile K’bovu in 2006. K.O has since discharged his widely praised make a big appearance solo collection titled Skhanda Republic.
K.O was conceived Ntokozo Mdluli in the Soweto township of Johannesburg in the Gauteng area of South Africa. He is the child of Thembisile Mdluli and Jabulani Mdluli. K.O moved to Piet Retief in the Mpumalanga territory of South Africa with his family while he was a newborn child. He finished his matric and went to Vaal University of Technology where he considered a National Diploma in Public Relations Management. While at Vaal University of Technology K.O met his future band mates, siblings; Ezee “Mama E” Hanabe and Bantu “Ntukza” Hanabe. K.O finished his investigations and graduated with a Public Relations (PR)Management National Diploma from Vaal University of Technology. At first he attempted to discover business, as indicated by a Sowetan article he put in two years jobless before his mom sent his CV toward the South African Police Service however he never followed up. “I was attempting to make demos with financing from my folks and they put stock in my fantasy however I in the end began surrendering. My mom sent my CV to the SAPS yet I turned out poorly the meeting. The day of the meeting I knew I was battling however I couldn’t proceed with it,” K.O was cited in the Sowetan. He went ahead to work in the field of his investigations with a fantasy of turning into an artist. K.O – Call Me ft. Runtown
In 2005 while utilized in the Public Relations, K.O and siblings from Soweto; Ma-E and Ntukza, they chose to shape a Hip Hop amass called Teargas. “We understood it is smarter to join since we were at that point great companions who knew each other’s rhyming style”, K.O was cited by the City Press. In 2006 Teargas discharged their presentation collection, K’shubile K’bovu, the collection was a raving success and a runaway achievement. The fifteen (15) track collection included an ageless raving success titled “possibility”. “Possibility”, a Hip Hop tune chronicling an existence of a township criminal looking for reclamation, was reminiscent of the beginning of Kwaito. In 2008 Teargas discharged their second studio collection titled “Wafa”; in the sixteen (16) track collection the gathering worked with Bongo Riot on two melodies, “Champions” and “Daylight”.
In 2009 they discharged their third studio collection titled “Dim or Blue”, in the thirteen (13) track collection Teargas worked together with Tamarsha on the tune titled “Life”, with DJ Tira and Liesl Penniken on the tune called “Gathering 101”, with Hip Hop Pantsula and Pro (in the past Pro Kid) on the melody “Goodfellaz” and with Danny K on the tune “T.L.C. (Delicate, Love and Care)”. In 2012 Teargas discharged their fourth studio collection called “Number” (adapted “Num8er”); in the fifteen (15) track collection they worked with 2Face “Turning Tables”, Lilly Million on “Pardon Me”, Toya Delazy on “Heaven” and Ziyon on “Put U On”.
In 2013 K.O united with Teargas band mate, Ma-E, and music and promoting official Thabiso Khati to frame a stimulation organization, Cashtime Life, which he (K.O) turned into its first craftsman. This was trailed by the arrival of the main authority single of K.O’s presentation solo collection, “Statement of purpose”, which turned into a basic achievement and delighted in huge airplay crosswise over South Africa.
In 2014 K.O was highlighted on AKA’s hit single, “Run Jozi (Godly)”.
In March 2014 he discharged a moment official single off his then up and coming presentation collection, “Caracara”, and it went ahead to a considerably greater achievement. The melody achieved one million perspectives on YouTube and broke the record for most perspectives of a South African hip-jump video. “Caracara” was selected for Best Hit Single, Best Collaboration and Best Music Video at the fourteenth Annual Metro FM Awards.
K.O later discharged, “Child of a Gun”, a third authority single for his then up and coming introduction collection titled “Skhanda Republic”.
In November 2014 K.O’s introduction solo collection, Skhanda Republic, was discharged. In the 11 track collection K.O teamed up with Kid X on “Caracara”, Nandi Mngoma on “Skhanda Love” and Ma-E, Maggz and Masandi on “One Time”. Skhanda Republic was selected for Best Hip Hop collection and Best Male Album at the fourteenth Annual Metro FM Awards.
November 18, 2019
November 18, 2019
November 18, 2019