KO breaks down on missing the brotherhood he had with AKA and Riky Rick

K.O experienced a resurgence in his career in 2022 with the release of his hit song “Sete” featuring Blxckie and Young Stunna.

Despite being in the game for almost 20 years, K.O was grateful to still be relevant and putting out quality music that topped the charts.

Reflecting on his journey, K.O expressed his joy but also acknowledged the challenges he faced.

He admitted that receiving criticism was not easy and it took a lot to grow a thick skin.

However, he found solace in being able to open doors for younger artists and using his blessings to shine a light on others.

K.O hoped that his legacy would be remembered as one of South Africa’s biggest contributors to music, fashion, and culture.

He also hoped that the younger generation could learn from his failures and use him as an example to achieve success more quickly. K.O believed that by studying his journey, they could work out how to avoid the pitfalls he encountered along the way.

Despite his success, K.O admitted to feeling lonely at the top, especially after the untimely deaths of his industry peers AKA and Riky Rick.

He missed the drive and thrill he would get when they released new work, comparing their rivalry to that of soccer titans Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

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