- South African rapper Kiernan 'AKA' Forbes is reportedly back in studio and working on an EP
- This is according to one of his biggest fans, who revealed that they received a phone call from Supa Mega and even heard snippets from a new song
- The fan was backed by Mzansi DJ, Oscar Mbo, who also confirmed to have heard the upcoming EP
Mzansi rapper AKA is reportedly back in studio and working after his recent tragedy. According to one of his biggest fans, the rapper touched base with him and updated him about his sessions in the studio.
The fan also revealed that he heard a snippet of a new song.
“Spoke with Kiernan last night, he made me listen to one of his new records. That ish is FIRE!! TRUUUUST ME!!!”
Oscar Mbu also added that the new music was in the form of an EP which he couldn’t wait to play soon.
"That new EP too fire, so tempted to bump it on my IG story but I have to respect the process."
His fans seemed super excited to receive the new music.
AKA forced to take break as Mzansi frowns over his premature return
Briefly News previously reported that almost a month after the death of his late fiancée Nelli Tembe, AKA performed at the Nedbank Cup final alongside Prince Kaybee and Kamo Mphela.
Fans were wondering when the rapper would go back to performing and it came a lot sooner than many expected. AKA was doing his thing on stage and looked like his former bubbly self as he performed.
Rocking his signature ponytail, the rapper showed South Africa that he's moving on even though he is still grieving his late fiancée.
Mzansi social media users had mixed reactions to AKA going back on stage and took to social media to react. A few felt happy that he returned but others thought that it might be a bit too soon.
Check out the reactions from social media users to AKA's performance below:
@dTumza said: "947 still has AKA on their Joburg Day line-up & I see he's performing at the Nedbank Cup final. Glad he's slowly getting back to his new normal."
@Sgoloza_Esmehlo commented: "Did I just see AKA perform at the Nedbank Cup Final I thought uzilile (he's mourning)."
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