Costa Titch is a South African rapper, songwriter, and dancer, who was born on October 11, 1995, in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, South Africa. His real name is Costa Tsobanoglou. He grew up in a multi-cultural family with a Greek father and a South African mother.
Costa Titch Wikipedia
Titch started rapping at a young age, and his love for hip-hop led him to pursue a career in music. He first gained popularity on social media platforms such as TikTok, where he showcased his dance moves, and Instagram, where he posted videos of his rapping.
In 2017, Titch released his debut single, “Nkalakatha,” which became an instant hit in South Africa. The song was a remix of a popular track by the late South African musician Mandoza. His debut album, “Made in Africa,” was released in 2019 and features collaborations with prominent South African artists such as AKA, Riky Rick, and DJ Maphorisa.
Costa Titch Songs
In 2020, Titch gained international recognition with his single “Phezulu,” which was featured on the FIFA 21 video game soundtrack. He also collaborated with American rapper, Lil Wayne, on the remix of his song, “Kamikaze.” Titch’s music is a fusion of different genres, including hip-hop, trap, and electronic dance music.
Besides his music career, Titch is also a professional dancer and choreographer. He has performed on various platforms, including the South African Music Awards (SAMAs), and has worked with well-known artists such as Chris Brown and Cassper Nyovest.
Titch’s music and dance skills have earned him several nominations and awards, including a nomination for Best New International Act at the 2021 BET Awards. He is also a brand ambassador for brands such as Adidas, and has been featured in various advertising campaigns.
Costa Titch Cause Of Death
On March 11th, 2023, Costa Titch was said to have collapsed and died while performing on stage due to a seizure. This happened at the Ultra music concert at Expo Centre in Nasrec, Johannesburg.