- AKA has reacted to the news that Fela In Versace is the most streamed Mzansi hip-hop single on Apple Music
- The streaming platform release its latest music streaming statistics recently relating to the songs that have been dominating streams since they launched in SA six years ago
- Mzansi music lovers took to Supa Mega's comment section and shared mixed reactions to his post
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AKA has shared his thoughts on his song Fela In Vesace being the Most Streamed SA Hip-Hop Song of All Time on Apple Music since the platform launched in the country six years ago.
The excited rapper took to social media recently to react to the news and brag about the success of the epic single. Supa Mega's single was the only rap song on the Top 10 list of the Most Streamed SA Songs of All Time on the music streaming platform.
"Fela In Versace is the Most Streamed SA Hip Hop record of all time … Ya but whatevs. Let that slide..."
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Tweeps took to his comment section and shared mixed opinions on his post. Check out what they said below:
"My problem with you is that you're not putting the same effort in your music anymore. That's why the other n*gga thinks he's on top of you."
"The other one enjoys hyping things, Mega enjoys talking when the scoreboard is out."
"Fela in Versace is not hip hop. It is the most streamed SA song by a hip hop artist. Great achievement. We're Megacy we don't brag, but deliver timeless classic music. Unlike the other arrogant dude."
"Autotune Pop is not Hip Hop...please respect SA Hip Hop, drama queen."
"Which is better, having the most streamed hip hop song or being the most streamed hip hop artist of all time?"
"I hate south African rap. Y'all always competing against each other instead of working with each other. Competition is good but only if its for the right reasons."
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