AKA shared an inspirational pic of his crew and him saying a prayer on social media, before he took to the stage at his #OrchestraOnTheSquare concert on Sunday.
Briefly.co.za reported that AKA has played an integral role in the South African hip-hop landscape over the past decade. He has been a standout musical act across all genres in SA and across the African continent for the last five years.
Before the big concert, he and his team said a prayer. He shared the pic with his fans before he took the stage. The pic definitely signifies the saying, "A crew that prays together, stays together." Take a look at the post below.
The #Orchestra On The Square show was a celebration to mark a decade in the music industry for the local rapper.
Two days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that not only fans, but also fellow Mzansi rappers, praised AKA for giving SA hip-hop such a forceful name in the global industry.
According to SA Hip Hop Mag, the concert was attended by various deejays, rappers and a 30-piece orchestra of musicians who all performed their best, leaving the audience with goosebumps. Fans took to social media, calling on AKA to make this an annual event or hold concerts in other cities across the country.
Earlier today, Briefly.co.za also reported that the #Orchestra On The Square show ended on a high note as the artiste announced that his album, Touch My Blood, has now been certified double platinum, and his single, Fela in Versace, has gone 4x platinum.
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