SA's much-loved rapper, AKA, is currently on tour across the major cities of Mzansi promoting his new #MegacyOverEverything scholarship programme. The learners at the school were overjoyed to see their favourite artist perform live, and even parents shared videos on social media.
According to a report by ZAlebs, Kiernan Forbes, who is better known as AKA, visited a school in Johannesburg recently as part of his nationwide tour to promote his #MegacyOverEverything scholarship programme.
The scholarship programme has been designed to develop and nurture up-and-coming artists' talents.
The event brought about much euphoria among learners at the high school, but even some parents threw love and support for AKA on social media by sharing short videos of him during his performance. AKA shared snaps of his visits to the school as well as some of his interviews at radio stations.
So AKA's tour will be moving to Cape Town this Friday, but has certainly pulled his great feels from his supporters.
A video shared by SA Clout on Instagram clearly shows the excitement on the learners' faces as their favourite hip-hop artist took to the stage. This video is amazing and shows just how much AKA is loved by his fans.
One parent sent a shout-out to AKA after their son was given an opportunity to sing on stage with the star himself. This was truly incredible and a day this lad will never forget. Check the tweet from the parent below.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported yesterday that it was in March 2018 that Mzansi was gifted with the powers of Spotify.
In celebration of their first anniversary in South Africa, Spotify shared its top streamed artists and Black Coffee, AKA and Nasty C came out on top.
Spotify is the largest global music streaming service available. Having Spotify come to SA gave local artists a new platform to share their music as well as make it a whole lot easier for the public to hear it. Briefly.co.za learnt that Nasty C was the most-streamed local artist in Mzansi with Black Coffee coming in second and AKA in third.
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