Kid X talks about who had a better verse between him and KO on Caracara

Kid X talks about who had a better verse between him and KO on Caracara. In their heyday in South African hip hop, KO and Kid X were a force to be reckoned with, and their single Caracara quickly rose to the top of the charts.

Kid X talks about who had a better verse between him and KO on Caracara

Their collaboration on Caracara is still considered one of the best in the game, and it’s hard to pinpoint who had the best verse out of the two legendary rappers. Speaking during the ESAM podcast interview, Kid X was put between a hard place and a rock after being asked who had the best verse between him and KO on Caracara.

“Who had a better verse you or KO?” asked Rea Gopane. Responding to Rea’s question, Kid X said he enjoyed her verse. Without blowing his own horn, the rapper praised KO’s work on the song, saying he was the one who made it sound so good.

“I really enjoyed my verse, I also technically think of his verse, in terms of technically the type of verse you want on the song like that, I think he ticked all the boxes,” he said. he declares. “Like you want catchy, you want swag for a thing that people are gonna remember, quotable, he ticked all those boxes, so his verse for me is like a 10 out of 10 verse for that specific song. Said, Kid X.

Despite Kid X’s departure from CashTime years ago, KO still sent words of encouragement to his peer who decided to pursue his vision of King 88. “First of all, I would like to enjoy this moment to wish my brother and friend, Kid X, all the best in his journey as an artist and his new vision for 88 King. I’m super proud of him. I have similar feelings about Moozlie. I’ll love you and will always support you guys,” he said.

In a statement, KO admitted that Caracara’s success led him to recruit more artists for CashTime and he always appreciated Kid X’s contribution to the song.

The success of Caracara has allowed me to bring some of the guys from Cashtime Life to my shows and split some of my booking fees with them. This was done in the name of spreading their brands and building my team.” KO said in a statement.

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