AKA shares moment he won Pan African Artist of the Year award

AKA shares moment he won Pan African Artist of the Year award

- AKA took to social media to share a snippet of him being announced the winner of the Namibian Pan African Artist of the Year award

- The Mzansi muso also thanked his massive fanbase in Namibia for helping him achieve this award

- AKA proved that he fits the bill with all that he has done in uniting Africans

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The Mzansi rapper has scooped another award, breaking a record in history of SA-hip hop by receiving one of the most prestigious of them, the Pan African Artist of the Year award, in Namibia.

Earlier this month, Briefly.co.za learnt that AKA found himself in an unfortunate predicament when Nigerians called him out for being xenophobic. But at the time, Supa Mega was travelling around Africa preaching one African love for all. He also stopped in Namibia, where he holds a massive fanbase as well.

Namibians showered Bhova with love when they honoured him with the Pan African Artist of the Year award for 2019. According to SA Hip Hop mag, Pan Africanism is defined as a belief that people of African descent have a common interest and should be unified, and historically has taken the shape of political or cultural movement.

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AKA proved that he fits the bill with all that he has done with uniting Africans. A large number of Africans subsided the xenophobic allegations, saying Supa Mega is a person who best depicts unity in Africa.

AKA took to Instagram and wrote: "Thank You so so so much to the Megacy of Nambia for honoring me as their Pan African ✊ Artist Of The Year at the @namibianawards 2019 .... For real, f**k all that chit chat, let’s come together and make music as Africa, But don’t ever forget I’m repping that South Mwah Hard!!!!! Ya heard!!"

His post gather 34.2k views and more than 370 comments. Most of the comments were congratulatory messages and praise for the Mzansi superstar.

Take a look at some of the comments below:

kwestadakar: "Got em!!!"
zandilesibaya: "Congratulations"
gugstar_: "I know a few people who forgot this song and started accusing you of fueling xenophobia. Congratss Super Mega!!"
teamakaforever: "The Goat of AFRICAN Hip-hop, Congratulations King. "
nayasibilo: "Stay blessed brother "
udoraa.m: "Stay winning Bhova❤"

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Meanwhile, yesterday, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA is undoubtedly one of Mzansi’s favourite hip-hop artists. Announcing that he would be dropping some new music really soon, AKA sent fans into a frenzy. The hip-hop industry is filled with haters and AKA is no stranger to a little shade-throwing.

AKA takes his career seriously and for that he has gained a lot of respect from fellow artists. Briefly.co.za knows that AKA has been producing banger after banger. AKA has produced albums that have gone double platinum and even seven times platinum.

Mzansi’s Supa Mega has been teasing fans with snippits of her new music for some time now. The people are ready for the drop, but AKA ain’t finished hyping y’all up just yet.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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