Fans not happy about Focalistic's recent feature. Check this out!
By Ratzi | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 706 views
Focalistic, real name, Lethabo Sebetso is arguably one of 2019's break-out star. We got introduced to him in 2017 when he dropped Fakímali but in all honesty, Focalistic has been making music for way longer. His style of music is versatile and he calls it Pina Tsa Ko Kasi.
The star rapper hails from Pretoria in South Africa, and although he was born and raised there, he later relocated to Midrand. The rapper refers to himself as Pitori Maradona. He was formerly a footballer before he started developing interest in rapping. He got the name, Maradona, during the time he was playing soccer.
Fans were very excited to hear that Focalistic featured the most popular Nigerian singer, Davido, on his hit song KeStar fora remix .
Unfortunately fans were furious after hearing the song. They say it was unnecessary to make a remix and hit songs should never have a remix.
These are the tweets from Twitter:
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