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KFC’s Tre Krusher releases debut single with rapper Young Sid
Tre Krusher, the runaway favourite from KFC’s Find Your Krush competition on MTV, is one step closer to his dream of becoming a rapper.
The budding star releases his debut single “You Were My Krush” tomorrow with none other than Kiwi rapper of the moment Young Sid.
Amassing more than 7,500 friends since appearing in the KFC Krushers ad campaign, KFC was so impressed by Tre’s popularity it decided to help make his rapping and romancing dreams a reality.
With the help of Mai FM, Young Sid - of hip-hop group Smashproof fame - was roped in to help make Tre a star, and collaborate on the song and video made with the help of Young Sid’s production studios Woodcut Studios.
“You Were My Krush” features Tre and Young Sid rapping about the respective things in life that they love. A music video released to coincide with the new single. In the video Tre Krusher is at his best rapping alongside Young Sid, dancing with one beautiful shawty and getting down on the dance floor with two of Auckland best female dancers.
“Sweeter than a mint ’98 skyline”, Tre says his song is a number one “fo’ shizzle” and has his sights set firmly on this year’s Vodafone Music Awards. Young Sid is not so sure.
The song is available for purchase on iTunes for $1.79 with any profits going to the Red Cross, and the video can be viewed on Tre Krusher’s Facebook page and YouTube.
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