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Moz Kidd drops new single and video titled Mahala

Moz Kidd Mahala

Still basking on the success of his previous release titled Look What I Did, the rising hip hop sensation often acknowledged as being the Kaptain of the new skool, Moz Kidd, returns to the hip hop circuit with another impressive new single titled Mahala.

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Moz Kidd has once again exhibited his flexibility as an artist with this impressive single and his flawless flow and impeccable delivery of fierce verses cannot be ignored. The song sees Moz Kidd, flex with his superb lyrical prowess, melodious vocals as he deploys his musical arsenal to bare on Mahala.

Mahala is the first single by Moz Kidd since leaving power house record label Mabala Noise. Once again, the rising star justifies his lyrical grind and abilities on Mahala and holds nothing back as he drops a torrent of flows on his craft and abilities.

“I hope the fans feel encouraged by the new single to pay the price for what they really want to achieve in life as there is nothing for Mahala. Everyone is on their own hustle to get their prize but at the end of the day we are all connected because we hustle,” expresses Moz Kidd.

The breakthrough of the 21-year-old budding artist from Nelspruit has assuredly gesticulated an innovative age for the South African hip-hop circles as many have attached Moz Kidd as the artist to watch out for.

Such was the blessings of his fresh impeccable delivery of verses and the intensity of his lines on bars that the streets of SA Hip Hop simply took note. Known for his classic raps and effortless flow, Moz Kidd’s cross over market appeal promises to stand him in good stead for the future.

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Era Baloyi

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Era Baloyi is a Copywriter, Social Media Manager, Public Relations and Communications practitioner who is Co-Founder and CEO of Fame Africa TV. He's been with Fame Africa TV since 2014 and he's seen how the magazine grew. He focuses more on entertainment, music and movie reviews.