Sir Trill Reminisces On Going From Not Affording To Attend #CottonFest To Performing On Its Main Stage:
The amapiano wave has come with more than just hot tracks. It’s come with sizzling hot artists too and fans can’t help but be captivated by the artists’ undeniable charm. Yini Sdakwa hitmaker Sir Trill is constantly topping music charts with his mellifluous vocals, and he had fans swooning over him when he revealed that he was once a rapper too.
Sir Trill revealed that one of the hottest music festivals such as Cotton Fest, has been one event he always wanted to attend, and due to the lack of funds he could not. Being a rising star at the moment, he was booked to perform at the event, and Trill reminisced all about it. He wrote: “From not having the money to go to @CottonFestJHB every year .to the main stage 1ST Time I’m able to go there. THATS GOD.”
The highly anticipated third edition of Cotton Fest took place this past weekend in Newtown, Johannesburg. Festival-goers were given the full Cotton Fest experience in honour of late rapper Riky Rick.In memory of the co-founder of the festival, organisers promised that the weekend will be filled with the celebration of life and appreciation of current youth culture.