Culture Vulture has truly become a massive hit. Surprisingly, not everyone thought it was when it dropped a few years ago, in 2017. At least, not everyone knew or heard it. Its creator’s persistence and resilience ultimately brought it to the limelight.
He’s quoted saying “all the coins we put into this song, they paid off now. But I’ve got a lot of songs actually, so I could have gone the other route, dropped them as a batch, but I just focused on pushing this specific song for three years.” Luckily, all that push and persistence paid off, and made the song what it is now.
The initial remix of the song featured contributions from SA Hip Hop star, AKA and African Trap Movement front liner, Emtee. It also featured contributions from Boity, but her verse was scrapped while the aforementioned contributors were only released.
The then up-and-coming Pretoria rapper who’s said he’s a huge fan of Supa Mega revealed the rapper was super excited to jump on the track with him. After the remix dropped (with just the two rappers as contributors), it became a massive hit that dominated the airwaves and pushed the rapper’s sound far.
Finally, Boity’s version is out and Mzansi can’t keep calm. As expected, it’s awesome. Why wouldn’t it be anyway? This is definitely leaving prints in the airwaves just like the first one did.
Do yourself a huge favor, stream and download the song below. Also let us know if you love it as much as the first in the comments section.