Apple Music Africa Now Radio Pays Tribute To Costa Titch
The host of Apple Music Africa Now Radio, Dada Boy Ehiz, paid homage to the late South African musician Costa Titch in the most recent edition. Costa Titch passed away recently after collapsing on stage.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Apple Music Africa pays tribute to the Amapiano star Costantino “Costa Titch” Tsobanoglou by celebrating his life and legacy. Capetonian rapper YoungstaCPT, who was one of Costa Titch’s most frequent collaborators, shared some thoughtful reflections on Costa Titch’s influence on South Africa’s music and cultural scenes.
“As an artist, Costa really upped the level of stage presence and performance value,” YoungstaCPT tells Apple Music 1. “With [his] dancing, he understood how to let music connect with the body. So I think he had an advantage over most of us because he was able to create music that was guaranteed to make people move. He always made us want to perform better. And you saw how particular [he] was—every line, every snare, every bass drop. Somebody that kind of studied the game, and then found a way to fit into it and become successful. And it’ll be difficult for us to come to terms with this loss and even find someone to fill that void. May his soul rest in peace and fly with the angels.”
On March 11th, 2023, images of Costa Titch slouching on stage appeared on Twitter as word of his passing spread online. While the cause of the late hitmaker’s death is yet unknown, he passed away at the age of 28 and will undoubtedly be remembered for his hit tunes.
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