Boity has made her comeback to rap with a freestyle performance video set to the instrumental for ‘Loatinover Pounds’ international hit song “Sosh Plata” after a protracted absence.
In a much-anticipated comeback, the multi-talented artist, Boity, took the internet by storm on Tuesday afternoon. With her freestyle video shared on Instagram and TikTok, she showcased her lyrical prowess while capturing the attention of her followers.
The captivating visuals feature Boity rapping effortlessly in front of a stylishly parked Range Rover, adding an air of sophistication to her performance set against the backdrop of the Lindfield Victorian House Museum.
Boity’s post quickly ignited a frenzy among fans and music enthusiasts alike, as they flooded the comments section with praise and admiration. The combination of her impeccable flow and the striking visuals created an undeniable appeal that resonated with her followers.
The video’s seamless blend of artistry and style solidified Boity’s position as a dynamic force in the music industry, leaving fans eagerly anticipating her next move.
The comments section became a vibrant display of appreciation, as fire and flower emojis flooded the screen, accompanied by heartfelt words of encouragement from renowned personalities such as Nadia Nakai, Thando Thabethe, Yanga Chief, Ayanda MVP, Thabsie, Anele Zondo, and Sbahle Mpisane.
Their show of support added an extra layer of excitement and validation to Boity’s impactful freestyle, solidifying her status as an influential figure in the industry and amplifying the positive reception she received.
While the freestyle video gained significant traction on various platforms, it received mixed reactions from fans on Twitter. However, a tweet featuring the verse, posted by @sahhexperts quickly amassed over 1.8 million views within a mere 24 hours.
The post read thus: “@Boity is back in studio and had to jump on #Soshplata beat, guess what? She killed it …”
— SA Hip Hop Experts (@SAHHExperts) June 13, 2023
The contrasting opinions expressed on Twitter added an intriguing layer to the overall response, showcasing the diverse range of perspectives within the online community.
The tremendous influx of comments on Tuesday and Wednesday boosted “Boity” and “Sosh Plata” even higher on the trends list, confirming their prominent position in the online discussions.
“Guys, let’s be honest. It’s wack, stop the cap” one fan shared his view in the comments.
“We have really normalised hating on this app. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with her verse”; another defended.
Rapper Emtee, also seized his opportunity to request a feature from Boity to which she responded – “I’m ready when you are, G.”