AKA Addresses Criticism That His Pen Game Has Slackened

  • AKA Disproves Rumors That His Pen Game Has Eased up

  • AKA Responds To Claims That His Pen Game Has Dropped

AKA Addresses Criticism That His Pen Game Has Slackened
AKA Addresses Criticism That His Pen Game Has Slackened

 

AKA Disproves Rumors That His Pen Game Has dropped and Regarding South African rappers with the best song catalogue, AKA is not unusual. Despite the challenges he encountered, the rapper has continued to consistently release tracks.

One of AKA’s admirers informed him on Twitter that his pen game has allegedly declined, pushing the rapper to release some songs to remind his detractors. “They say your pen game has dropped; please give them classic Mega since it seems they forgot,” read the tweet.

As a rapper, AKA said that he had nothing to prove and that people would always have something to say. He continued by saying that the sheer amount of happiness his music has provided to South Africans speaks for itself.

AKA tweeted that “you know … “they” … will always have something to say. I have nothing to prove as a rapper … my catalogue and the joy I’ve brought to my people speaks for itself ya know?”


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After releasing the singles Lemon (Lemonade) and Paradise, AKA is currently having much success with his music. The rapper has promised to release music for every South African and has told his followers that he would release a new album in January.

He urged other up-and-coming musicians to never give up because of the success he has had in SA hip hop over the past several years. This happened after Spotify unveiled its Spotify Wrapped feature, which displays how songs by various artists have been played on the streaming service.

“To all artists looking at all these Spotify-wrapped thingy and discouraged or down for WHATEVER reason, just know that it doesn’t define you. Keep believing in your gift and go harder. Build a loyal fan base that will stick with you through thick and thin.” He tweeted.

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