Fans go crazy over AKA's latest music snippit - they want more

Fans go crazy over AKA's latest music snippit - they want more

- AKA has become a boss when it comes to teasing his fans with snippets of his new music

- He was at it again recently and his fans lost it - they are crazy about the new teaser clip

- The rapper's admirers are anxiously waiting for the whole track now

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AKA is considered the king of snippets and calls himself the god of snippets - he's constantly giving his fans much to look forward to as he teases them with little bits of his music.

Recently, he did it again, and fans were loving it. As he expected.

The rapper got cheeky and asked his followers if they have accepted him as their lord and saviour yet.

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The snippet in question was a minute long but gave fans more than enough to lose their minds over:

@TrevorSidogi

"Yes life needs God..."

@_nthau

"Yep this is it fam... it's too much."

@kamo_wildebeast

" 'When I’m through with you' Lord Mega Your witty humour in your music is unmatched."

@UncleSphollar

"SUPA MEGA Bringing Back That 45 BPM Vibe Via Hip-Hop... Please Release This HIT Mr Forbes."

@M_Lulama

"The way I listened to a snippet on repeat! Mega you ridiculous. I like the fact I don’t grasp it all and had to repeat, repeat, repeat! Lead us to another championship bhokwe yam!"

@PatricMbenenge

"Eish mega I'm in tears of joy your creativity is on other levels dankie my mase kind"

Meanwhile, AKA is accused of failing to pay his taxes - Briefly.co.za reported that his assets were allegedly repossessed by SARS for owing over R350k.

Sunday World said AKA received a final letter of warning in August and chose to ignore it, and reports claim that SARS has started repossessing his assets.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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