Mzansi hip hop legend, AKA, shared exciting news with his social media followers earlier today about his song, Jika trending as the biggest song in SA at the moment.
We knew it, it was only a matter of time before the talented AKA maneovered his fans to help him reach the number one spot.
AKA shared the current stats from Radio Monitor's biggest South African artists. And it so happened that his song, Jika, had moved a place up, overtaking Prince Kaybee's Fetch Your Life.
He wrote: "It gives me great pleasure to announce... That after a short period of business and water related activities... #JIKA is now officially the biggest song in the cowntry. Thank You very much, and praise God."
A week ago, Briefly.co.za reported that 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.
Earlier today, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA fans got a bit worried when they noticed that his social media was more quiet than normal. Mzansi’s Supa Mega is normally super active on social media, but it seems that he is just taking a bit of a breather to work on some important stuff.
Social media is one way that fans can stay connected and involved in their favourite celebs' lives. AKA loves using social media to get fans' attention, especially when it comes to him and Zinhle.
Briefly.co.za saw how an AKA fan creatively reached out to check on the Supa Mega. Instead of assuming the worst or needing to know what was going on, this fan rallied up the crew and got AKA’s attention by showing him love.
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