Kwesta’s new collabo with Rick Ross ‘I Came I Saw’ is totally fire (Video)

South African rapper and songwriter Senzo Mfundo Vilakazi, better known as Kwesta, has dropped a new track with Rick Ross and it’s getting a lot of love.

The song titled I Came I Saw, which was released exactly a month after Kwesta’s collabo with Rich Homie Quan Run It Up came out, has been getting a lot of airplay.

To the best of my knowledge, this track talks about Kwesta’s upbringing in Katlehong township in South Africa. In as much as it was not a slum, life wasn’t easy, according to the Ngud hitmaker.

Kwesta and Rick Ross
Kwesta and Rick Ross

The underlying message, at least according to me, is that you can still make it big despite where you come from that’s why he says, “I came I saw I conquered all.”

I really love this jam. Other than Kwesta’s hoarse voice – which I’ve since gotten accustomed to, I couldn’t get enough of the part where he dropped a verse in English. His flow is really dope and I’m not exaggerating.

As expected, Rick Ross also did a good job. His deep baritone gave the jam an edgy feel or so to speak. I’m sure many people won’t forget the part where he says, “I came I saw Kwesta and his grandma in Katlehong.”

The video which was filmed in Kwesta’s hood as anyone can predict, was also on point. Apart from the amazing shots and dope choreography, one thing that struck me about the video was the cameo from Kwesta’s grandmother.

Watch I Came I Saw below and tell us what you think. Enjoy

Kwesta has linked up with Rich Homie Quan on ‘Run It Up’ and it’s a massive hit (Video)

Talented South African rapper Senzo Mfundo Vilakazi, popularly known as Kwesta, has released a new jam with Rich Homie Quan and we are really feeling it.

The song title Run It Up is a masterpiece because it offers different styles and elements off rapping, I’m sure you will agree with me on this after listening to it.

Rich Homie Quan dominates the first half of this song with melodic raps and a catchy hook before Kwesta delivers a verse that reps his hood and reminisces of his upbringing.

Rich Homie Quan
Rich Homie Quan

Maybe it is just me but the fact that Kwesta’s verse was in Zulu really spiced up this jam. It brought a lot of life and is the main reason why I’ve have had this song on replay since I first heard it.

Unlike Kwesta’s previous releases like Ngud, Spirit and Vur Vai, this jam wasn’t influenced by the Kwaito sound but that does not mean that it’s not dope. Actually, this departure is commendable since he nailed it.

I totally love the video concept for Run It Up, it shows them in the hood performing before various backgrounds that include rooftops and an excited audience of ordinary community members.

Watch Run It Up below and tell us what you think.