Boity is totally on fire since her entrance into the music industry as a rapper.
The multi-talented artist just dropped her second single titled, Bakae and it’s woken SA listeners.
The rapper released her debut late last year, 2018, Wuz Dat and it was controversial as it attracted critics and applauds.
However, her latest release, Bakae attracted majaorly accolades from fans and many social media peeps declared that their spirits are woke to Boity’s songs henceforth.
In the midst of several comments, some said that Boity rap sounds like Casspers’ and few others suggested American female rapper, Cardi B.
Tweets be like;
— Andy (@Cripted_Mind) February 7, 2019
— #AfricanCanonPaparazzi 📸 (@ShvtterbvgMuzie) February 7, 2019
— Mana. (@Mandla_RZA) February 7, 2019
— Unpopular African 🇿🇦🇱🇸 (@David_Gidi1) February 7, 2019
Boity is coming for everything, the new single slaps 🔥🚀 #Bakae
— Zitha (@cuinicaz) February 7, 2019
@Boity is really fucking Up the game, with only 2 singles out and already I’m sold. It’s never easy to have a follow up single that retains the standard, it could’ve easily been a very lukewarm joint. I’m really in awe with what you did on #Bakae 👏🏽
— #ZaddySwagWarrior (@Zaddy_Swag) February 7, 2019
First it was “she sounds like Cardi” then it was “She’s copying Nasty C’s flow”, now y’all saying she’s copied Cassper’s flow. Mxm y’all need to sit down honestly 🙄🙄. @Boity your track #Bakae is FIRE🔥🔥
— snazo gidigidi (@Snazogidigidi_) February 7, 2019
— Lindo mbatha (@ZuluNiggaSA) February 8, 2019