AKA's 'Baddest' still in Top 30 most played tracks on SA radio

AKA's 'Baddest' still in Top 30 most played tracks on SA radio

Mzansi rapper, AKA's old song from 2015, Baddest featuring Khuli Chana, Yanga and Burna Boy, has been trending in the top 30 most played songs on South African radio.

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You know you’re good muso when your old song is still trending among the top 30 most played tracks on SA radio

This is what Mzansi rapper AKA is all about. His old music still occupies the charts today, which proves how talented Supa Mega really is.

AKA’s dropped his hit single titled Baddest back in 2015 and it is still trending on the top 30 list of the most played songs on South African radio.

AKA's 'Baddest' still in Top 30 most played tracks on SA radio

AKA's track, 'Baddest' from 2015 is still on the Top 30 most played tracks on SA radio. PHOTO: Screenshot
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The track features Khuli Chana, Yanga and Burna Boy. Unfortunately AKA and Burna Boy are no longer on good terms due to Supa Mega’s past “xenophobic” tweet.

However, their beef aside, what the artists did on that track proved to so dope that it remained relevant for years, no matter how many other hits followed.

SA Hip Hop magazine reported that it’s is astonishing for one song to have the spotlight Baddest has had for the past four years.

Take a look at the video for the track below:

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Meanwhile, earlier today, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA is apparently in a whole load of trouble with Mzansi’s tax regulation entity, SARS.

Flying first class and driving flashy whips may become a thing of the past for Mr Forbes if he doesn’t get his 'ish' together. Everyone knows AKA thrives on living the lush life. AKA’s all about going big and flashy, and he loves showing it off.

Briefly.co.za learnt that AKA allegedly owes SARS over R350k. He apparently 'forgot' to pay the money and has now just ignored the situation completely.

According to Sunday World, AKA turned a blind eye to a final warning letter from SARS that was delivered to him back in August.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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