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K.O – Call Me Ft. Runtown. Source: K.O/Twitter
Mr Cashtime, K.O is keeping to his promise never to keep his fans longing for too long without a piece of his fierce. However, he’s taken it to extreme levels with the upcoming release of arguably the biggest summer 2017 anthem. Titled “Call Me,” Skhanda Gawd scores the feature of Nigerian rave, Runtown.
Without being told, you can already expect K.O to delve into less familiar terrains on “Call Me.” However, he does pack the versatility to experiment with genres, while still keeping his bullish lines and potent lyrical arsenal.
K.O has whopped the haters when necessary with such efforts as his recently released monster hit, “No Feelings.” Other times, he has taken a more subtle stand to feed distractors off feeding bottles with such laid-back sizzlers as “Pretty Young Thing.”
We cannot even begin to document efforts he has knighted to the industry including the “Don Dada“, “KOrruption“, “Fall Back“, “Papa Action“ and a world of other stunning collaborations.
Truth be told, K.O whose real name is Ko Kapches should be studied as a definition of bouncing back strong from adversities. He has enjoyed the highs and lows, only to overcome, then turn that same world into his “female dog.”
Even with all he has been able to bring to the game, his critics wouldn’t cut him the slack. Like the human that he is, he acknowledged the concerns; albeit slightly affected, re-strategised his cards and launched his joker. Ain’t nobody got the muscle to battle this wild card that “Call Me” is.
Not even with the abundance of groove expected on a wavy burst. Plus, Runtown has been one of the most in-demand music artists on the continent. His stock multiplied in folds with the drop of his beastly anthem, “Mad Over You.” Then, he featured on Ghanaian Hip Hop titan, Sarkodie ‘s “Pain Killer,” and also recently enjoyed a collaboration with Nasty C on “Said.”
There’s just an abundance of groove in the works right now and the summer will remain iconic because of the clout and stature of K.O. That’s not all, his sophomore album also drops soon and we should thank our stars of being alive to witness these times.
“Call Me,” drops tomorrow, Friday 08-09-17. Keep the faith with Hitvibes for the smasher while it is still sizzling hot and fresh. Until then, share your thoughts and opinion in the comments section below.
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July 1, 2020, 01:38 am