South African rapper Costa Titch dies while performing on stage
Costa Titch, a rising star in the music scene, passed away unexpectedly, and the South African music industry is in sorrow. The gifted rapper, real name Costa Tsobanoglou, died on stage at the Ultra Music Festival in Johannesburg on Saturday. At 28 years old, he.
The rapper apparently fell to the ground on stage while performing his smash song “Big Flexa,” but he was promptly picked up by his security crew and carried on with his show. Videos of the performance have been posted online.
He had to be helped off the stage after falling again a short while later. His death’s cause is still unknown, and neither his family nor management have issued a formal statement.
One of the first people to confirm the news on Twitter was South African media personality Phil Mphela, who wrote: “RIP: Costa Titch. Nelspruit-born artist and dancer, real name Costa Tsobanoglou, has gone away.”
The music business was saddened to learn of Costa Titch’s loss, and many of his coworkers and supporters posted condolences on social media.
Costa Titch was renowned for fusing rap and amapiano music in a distinctive way while adding his own flair and vigour. His well-known hit songs “Big Flexa,” “Nkalakatha,” and “Active,” which immediately became fan favourites, propelled him to popularity. In addition to connecting with his South African listeners, his music also helped him build a world’s most competitive fan base.
His tragic passing occurs only a few weeks after that of fellow rapper AKA, who was fatally shot in February. Fans and colleagues alike are shocked by the sudden deaths of two outstanding performers, which has left a huge void in the profession.
Long after Costa Titch’s passing, his followers will still be moved by his songs and contagious spirit. We shall never forget his legacy as a gifted artist who made an enduring impression on the South African music scene. His family and loved ones are in our thoughts and prayers during this trying time. Costa Titch, rest in peace.