Costa Titch video: South Africa mourns yet another death of a famous musician.
According to reports, rapper Costa Tsobanoglou popularly known by his stage name Costa Titch, has reportedly passed away.
Rapper Costa Titch collapsed on stage at the Ultra South Africa festival, at Expo Centre in Nasrec, Johannesburg. In his last Instagram story, he shared that he would be performing at the festival.
The news of Costa Titch’s death was confirmed by entertainment commentator Phil Mphela on Twitter just before midnight and was followed by a string of sombre reactions from industry colleagues.
RIP: Costa Titch
Nelspruit-born artist and dancer, real name Costa Tsobanoglou, has passed away.
— Kgopolo (@PhilMphela) March 11, 2023
The moment late SA Rapper Costa stitch collapsed and died on stage
A video of Costa Titch performing and collapsing on stage has surfaced on social media after reports of his sudden death.
The musician is seen performing for a packed crowd on stage before dropping to the floor.
Watch Costa Titch video below:
The passing of Titch comes as music fans are still mourning the loss of fellow rapper AKA, whose real name was Kiernan Forbes. He was shot outside of a restaurant in Durban by unknown hitmen and the South African Police Service (SAPS) are still investigating the case. Interestingly, both Costa Titch and AKA have collaborated on a song called Super Soft.
His amapiano single, Big Flexa, which was released in December 2021, became the most viewed Amapiano video in late 2022. The track features Alfa Kat, Banaba Des, Sdida, Man T and C’buda M. In the song’s music video, the rapper shows off his impeccable dancing skills with Soweto’s Finest, a local dance group.
The video has officially reached 30.7 million views on YouTube, beating out MFR Souls, Major League DJz, Bontle Smith and Kamo Mphela’s Amanikiniki, which stands at 30 million.
Big Flexa has also wowed fans on other Spotify and TikTok. On Spotify, the track has accumulated more than six million listens while on TikTok, the sound has been used more than 105 000 times.