GETTOCHILD – BIRTHDAY WISH (FEAT. SOUL MECHANIC)

GETTOCHILD – BIRTHDAY WISH (FEAT. SOUL MECHANIC)

GettoChild released a smashing new hit ‘Birthday Wish’ with Soul Mechanic. It’s a very smooth vibe with a blend of English and Zulu lyrics. The Durban based rapper is not new to the music scene and we could that a lot of work was put into the song.

GettoChild, a young South African hip hop artist from Durban, KwaZulu Natal. Real Name Sibusiso Vilakazi, Born in and raised in KwaZulu Natal. He started writing and composing music back in his high school days, he wasn’t too much of sportsperson at school like other pupils at his school but had a lot interest in basketball which wasn’t even there so he spent most his time writing rhymes and attending outside basketball games, Slam poetry, and hip hop shows during the weekends.

Sibusiso was influenced by several local artists such as Proverb, Tumi and Many More, as well as international artists such his favorite band Foreign Exchange and Little Brother

‘Birthday Wish’ will be hoping to claim the top singles charts in South Africa and beyond. The ‘Birthday Wish’ music video shot in Durban is also out now.

‘This is definitely a jam,’ said media personnel.

The song was released by Records DK and it’s available across all digital stores for download.

Click here to download Birthday Wish on Apple Music

Click here to Listen on Spotify

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