Urban music artist Fredokiss has collaborated with dancehall artist Blasto in a new single Phulitsa Life which is a prelude to his second expected mid this year.
Produced at Daredevil’s Low Budget Records, Fredokiss said Phulitsa Life is a song of celebration.
“There comes a time when we should shed off all the hustles of life and wear a coat of happiness,” he said.
On his collaboration with Blasto, Fredokiss said his second album, will feature a number of well-established artists that none would have imagined.
“I cannot disclose it right now. I want to keep it as a surprise to my fans. But believe me, I am working so hard to impress my fans,” he said.
Fredokiss, who believes that urban music has been accepted and is here to stay, shot to fame four years ago with singles like Hoza and Basi.
Last year, he released Kunditcha Fredo, a debut album that took him on a nationwide tour and received unprecedented support from people across ages. It featured, among others, songs like Ndikatseka Maso, Nambewe and Malamulo Khumi.