- AKA calls out to aspiring graphic designers to submit artwork for his new album
- Graphic designers will go head-to-head against AKA’s in-house designers for a chance to design his next cover art
- The winning designer will be given an internship to work with AKA’s design team and will have their artwork featured on his next cover
In an effort to give aspiring graphic designers a chance to express themselves, AKA has launched an exciting competition.
He has invited aspiring graphic designers to submit proposals for the cover art of his new album, Touch my blood. It was not that long ago that AKA announced that this would be his last album, and it seems he wants to leave a lasting memory.
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AKA is no stranger to Briefly.co.za. We got to see another side of the star in the article What was he thinking? 12 strange AKA quotes when we brought you the 12 quotes which made everyone sit up and take notice.
About his friends
"All my close friends are there to enrich me and to make me better." "What's the use of having friends you go to the movies with?"
On being a mega-star
"I look at Kwesta for instance. I love him. As a person. As a role model for young people. He's a family man. I think he makes great music. Do I think I'm better than him? Yes.”
"She just wants to be picked up, taken to school and fed. She just wants her daddy to pick her up and turn her into a helicopter."
The artist announced he had already been overwhelmed by the response he had received for the competition and that he can't wait to see what else will come in before the competition closes.
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AKA will be taking submissions for the #TouchMyBloodChallenge until Wednesday, 9 of May.
Artists have to post their work on Twitter and the stream has not stopped.
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