Rexxie delivers the remix to his 2020 hit song “KPK”. It is Plenty or Who Says It Isn’t Plenty which is what KPK or Ko Por Ke translates to is an irresistible street hop/pop tune self-produced by Rexxie, written and voiced by Naira Marley’s pupil – Mohbad Imole released last year.
His new remix has additional vocals by up and coming South African rapper, Sho Madjozi. This new Rexxie release will be welcoming his ATC( A True Champion) album. It is also a follow up to his last single, ‘Back to Back’ which feature Bella Shmurda. To listen to this remix, click here .
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