Costa Titch Wiki – Costa Titch Bio
Rapper Costa Titch has died aged 28 after “collapsing on stage” at a music festival. The South African musician – full name Costa Tsobanoglou – was performing as part of the Ultra South Africa festival at the Nasrec Expo Centre in Johannesburg on Saturday (11 March).
Born in Nelspruit, Tsobanoglou began his career as a backing dancer, before turning his attention to rap. He performed in the popular amapiano style and was known for integrating traditional South African culture with trap beats. His most popular song was the single “Big Flexa”, which went viral on TikTok in 2021. A remix of the song was later released featuring musician Akon. Ultra South Africa was headlined by Adam Beyer, Alesso, Fisher, Oliver Heldens and Timmy.
Costa Titch Age
Rapper Costa Titch was 28 years old.
Costa Titch Cause of Death
South African rapper Costa Titch died suddenly this weekend, his family said on Instagram, hours after performing at a music festival. The musician, whose real name is Constantinos Tsobanoglou, was 28. Footage circulating on social media appeared to show Tsobanoglou fall over on stage before being lifted up by someone beside him. Tsobanoglou then gets up for several seconds before apparently collapsing.
“It is with deep pain that we find ourselves having to acknowledge his passing at this time,” Tsobanoglou’s family said in a post on his Instagram. “We are thankful for those emergency responders and all those present in his last hours.”
The statement did not mention a cause of death.
The festival where he was performing, Ultra South Africa, said it was “devastated” by the young rapper’s death.
“Costa was a galvanizing voice amongst South Africa’s amapiano scene – a talented rapper, dancer, singer, songwriter, collaborator and friend to the festival,” the statement read.
Tsobanoglou was a growing sensation in South Africa and one of the biggest stars of amapiano, a style of music characterized by deep house, log-drum-driven basslines, and soulful piano melodies. His rap style combines South Africa’s culture, style and indigenous languages with international rap sub-genres like trap music, which originated in Atlanta’s thriving hip hop scene.
Tsobanoglou was born in Nelspruit in northeastern South Africa and had already had a successful career in dance before becoming a rapper.
Tsobanoglou’s song “Big Flexa” made him a star across Africa after it became successful on TikTok. The rapper had recently partnered with a music label started by Senegalese-American musician Akon, who was featured on a remix of “Big Flexa.” Tsobanoglou’s death comes a month after his friend and collaborator, fellow rapper AKA, was killed in a shooting.
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