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DJ Speedsta 'Hangout' Ft. Kid X, Riky Rick & Psyfo

South Africa's DJ Speedsta drops the video for 'Hangout' featuring Kid X, Riky Rick and Psyfo and produced by Sean Craig and Beats By Castro.


A few months back JHB-based rap producer DJ Speedsta assembled a top notch team of MCs for his third single. Produced by Sean Craig and Beats By Castro, "Hangout" features memorable verses from Cashtime Fam member Kid X, BOYZNBUCKS heavyweight Riky Rick, and Psyfo (who comes through on the hook). Largely slept on, their squeaky banger now has a video to shed light on what they had in mind for "that new hangout" (hint: it's a shipping container yard). You can download the single here and watch Speedsta's latest video below.

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