Boity To Release Her EP

The EP features Yanga Chief and Riky Rick

By  | Dec 01, 2020, 02:34 PM  | Boitumelo "Boity" Thulo  | Top of the

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South African rapper and celebrated TV Personality Boity Thulo, is releasing her long-awaited EP titled 4436 on Friday 4th December.

Read More: Boity: Label Issues Delaying My Music

4436 follows a series of smash hits since making her rap debut in 2018 with Wuz Dat featuring Nasty C. Representing the North West, this Def Jam Africa star has named the EP after her grandmother’s house in Potchefstroom, where she was raised.

4436 produced by pH Raw X, Reason and Bash Jameson features a host of multi-talented stars such as Riky Rick, Yanga Chief, Maggz, Ginger Trill, and Maglera Doe Boy.

The 9 track EP comprises the bonus track Wuz Dat which largely launched the rapper’s career. With all the makings of a global star - the right look, a banging body, a glamorous life, and the flow to match, this is indeed Boity’s time and this EP showcases her skillful rap, high-quality production, and her growth as an artist. The people’s favorite rapper with over 7 million followers on social media and fast becoming one of SA’s most featured hip hop acts,

Boity is proud of the work she has put in making this offering, “I am beyond excited, nervous and even more excited to release this body of work, it’s been a long time coming. I want to thank my fans for their patience, my producers for the same patience and the work they put in. I honestly can’t wait for the fans to hear this! We worked!...” commented the Own Your Throne sensation.

The rapper recently launched her own celebrity fragrance line called Boity Pink Sapphire and she teamed up with Halo Heritage to make her dream come true.

“When the opportunity came about, I couldn’t say no. With my previous experience co-creating body perfumes, I considered this as the sensible next step that would give consumers broader insight into what I can offer as a businesswoman. After turning 30, I wanted to work on a fragrance geared towards a more mature audience, so in many ways, this collaboration was perfect timing,”  she said.

Fans have been waiting for the musician to drop her music and speaking to, Tshisalive a few months ago, Boity said the delay was not caused by her but her label.

“People are assuming that I am just laid-back and not wanting to release new music. I have so much music. I have been ready for the past six months.”.

Congratulations Boity!

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