Link to our Facebook
Link to our Instagram
Link to our TikTok

Kerser And Fortay Join Forces For New Track 'Been Waitin'

26 April 2023 | 1:32 pm | Jessica Lynch

The unstoppable duo have again linked up for a new track.

More Kerser More Kerser

Western Sydney rappers Kerser and Fortay have again joined forces for an epic new track titled Been Waitin'.

The pair, who have long been credited for paving the way for Australian rap artists over their decade-long careers, announced the news via social media on Wednesday, April 26.

"New Fortay Ft Kerser jus [sic] dropped! That classic Syd sound!" Kerser wrote on his story, with Fortay posting, "I know you 'been waitin'".

The unstoppable duo have previously linked up for a number of tracks over the years, including Come Smoke With Me, Hands on the Wheel and Whatcha Gonna Do.

The latest drop comes ahead of Kerser embarking on his Gift & A Kers: Final Album Tour, which kicks off on Saturday, September 9 at Brisbane's Fortitude Valley Music Hall followed by Adelaide's Hindley St Music Hall for all-ages shows, before heading to Melbourne, Perth and Sydney for a string of 18+ shows.

The Winner hitmaker is also busy working on his tenth and final album before calling time on his hugely-successful 13-year rap career.

Plug into the latest music with our FREE weekly newsletter

“As for the album, there are so many styles we’re trying to cover to make this the strongest and best album I’ve released,” he told Rolling Stone in 2021.

And while he admitted that he “can’t see [himself] ever stopping music,” he revealed that his forthcoming record will likely be his last.

"As far as albums go, I’m pretty sure this will be my last. Fans can expect the type of music they have been asking me to recreate for years now with a modern twist,” he said, adding, “I won’t stop working on it until it’s perfect – no time limit.”

Among the tracks from the forthcoming album, which is set to drop in 2023 include Winner, Highest PlanDeadset 10 and Telem How.

You can check out Been Waitin' by Fortay ft. Kerser below.