AKA took to social media recently to share some music stats and thank his fans for pushing him up the ranks, but also to acknowledge that there's only one person standing in his way to reach the number one spot, Prince Kaybee.
AKA shared Radio Monitor's results about the most played songs in South Africa, and to his surprise Prince Kaybee's Fetch Your Life featuring Msaki is at number 1 with the Super Mega in number 2 with his Jika featuring Yanga Chief.
In his tweet on Twitter, he mentions that Kaybee's has the biggest song in the country and is the only thing that stands between him and the number one spot. We're sure that AKA acknowledges Prince Kaybee's sharp musical skills but does he really feel threatened by him or just encouraging his fans to help him reach the number one spot.
He wrote: "Looks like it's only @PrinceKaybee_SA standing in our way of having the biggest song in the country... Thank you to all compilers and fans. #JIKA #TouchMyBlood."
Prince Kaybee has been dropping hits after hits and last year won the title of 'Song Of The Year' with his hit, Banomoya featuring Busiswa and TNS.
AKA's tweet secured 1.5k likes, 212 retweets and 47 comments. Check out some of the comments below.
Meanwhile, two days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi' music star, AKA shared the exciting news with his fans on social media after he bought his first ever art piece from the Keyes Art Mile in Rosebank last week..
Now that rapper and hip hop sensation is rolling in the dough, he decided to join millions of other celebs around the worlds by investing his money in art. The lucrative culture of buying art began centuries ago. Most rich celebs today buy art for three main reasons - it looks beautiful, it makes money for you while it rests in your home, and to fit in with the image of buying art like what other rich people do.
AKA took to his Instagram account last week and shared a photo of himself in the Keyes Art Mile, with his 'art buyer' look if you may, and wrote: "Bought my 1st art piece today."
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