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@PartTimeCooks Are Serving Kwaito Hip Hop to South Koreans

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PRESS RELEASE
RELEASE DATE 12 JULY 2019
PART TIME COOKS
COSIGN – SINGLE AND MUSIC VIDEO
“Cosign” is the latest Kwaito-inspired summer single from Korea-based international rap duo, Part Time Cooks. Over the zesty production from Durbanite, Scotty Soul, Black Moss and Saul Goode celebrate independently rising from the mundane 9-to-5 to living out their dream and paying the bills as hip-hop artists in a foreign country. Cheerful party chants throughout the track pay tribute to South African Kwaito music and Doc Shebelza’s classic hit, ‘Jiva Yoyo.’ Part Time Cooks are back with a heater for the summer, South Africa stand up.
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The music video is a short biography of PTC’s story in South Korea. Black Moss and Saul Goode celebrate rising from the mundane 9-to-5 to living out their dream and paying the bills as hip-hop artists in a foreign country. From grumpy old shop owners in Seoul, to high school hip-hop heads in Durban, PTC has been connecting their home bases to South Korean hip-hop fans and this video celebrates the continued rise of the unifying duo.
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Interview enquiries please email thecooks@parttimecooks.com

 

BIO

Not many can say they have successfully formed a hip hop group in a foreign continent with artists from opposite ends of the globe. Part Time Cooks are bridging the world’s cultures and showcasing the power and universally connecting force of Hip Hop music.

For the past five years South African, Black Moss and American, Saul Goode have teamed up to create one of the most powerful rap duos heard in years. A clear homage to the fundamentals of the art of rhyming blended with South African Kwaito and chorale influences make PTC an eclectic and refreshing pale of OJ in the genre.

In a relatively short space of time, the duo has shared stages and collaborated with the likes of Anderson Paak and the Free Nationals, Wiz Khalifa, Jay Park, Beenzino and a host of some of Asia’s top Hip Hop artists. The electrifying duo has also reaped the accolade of becoming the first non Korean rap group to sign with one of South Korea’s top independent labels, VMC.

2019 sees the Cooks getting ready to release their new single “Cosign” and embark on a tour of Asia, South Africa and the USA.

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