Rapper AKA showed off his mature side when he did a talk on urban culture at the DStv Seminar of Creativity, which is part of the Loeries Creative Week. He made history as the first recording artist to do so.
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AKA's fans were super impressed with him - he showed everyone that he's more than an entertainer - he's an informed and smart man.
AKA was invited to share his knowledge at the DStv Seminar of Creativity - part of the Loeries Creative Week.
The rapper made history by being the first recording artist to do this.
His talk, "AKA on Urban Culture: How brands can fit in and stand out", had his fans and followers beaming with respect and pride.
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IOL News reported that the talk will explore the 'significance of meaningful brand partnerships and the creative ways in which brands can seamlessly fit themselves into urban culture'.
Well, AKA showed up and wowed everyone.
One of his fans, pumzano, feels he was absolutely captivating:
You’re a force. You had a room of executives & creatives captivated with your charm & importantly your authentic narration of your story
Another follower, stillpicturesmedia, compared the rapper to a famous American business magnate.
Steve Jobs and everything
His fans couldn't help but compliment him:
You beauty‼️go you baby‼️
So proud of you Papito! You are on one
Who would've thought that hip-hop would make it this far? @akaworldwide #fortheculture
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Briefly.co.za gathered that AKA didn't hesitate when his management team came up with the idea.
"I have a great team and they identified the opportunity for me to speak and tell my story on how I built my brand and what my role in building it was. I loved the idea and immediately said yes."
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