AKA thanks fans for the endless new music support #StanLetterToAKA

AKA thanks fans for the endless new music support #StanLetterToAKA

- The Stan Letter To AKA trend that recently went viral on twitter had AKA feeling all kinds of special

- Supa Mega returned to social media after being called upon by his loyal fans

- AKA has some new music coming and cannot thank his fans enough for the endless support they have shown him

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AKA was super lucky receiving loads of love via Twitter. The Stan Letter that went viral had AKA resurfacing in order to thank his fans expressing their love and support for him.

With AKA missing in action as far as Twitter is concerned, this was certainly a good way to get the SupaMega up and going again.

Briefly.co.za learnt that after he had shown his appreciation for all the love, he added a little teaser for one of his upcoming projects. He commented that new music is on the way.

AKA was taken aback with the awesome messages and he said that he appreciated them all so much. He shared with his fans that the new music that is on the way will enable interactions in a far better way.

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The reason behind SupaMega’s new idea is due to the COVID-19 virus. It has brought about that no performances from artists can take place for a while and he was working on changing that.

Not giving too much away, AKA stated that as artists they always come up with a plan to enable fans to see their favs. It is possible that no live performances will take place until next year. AKA said that with the help from fans that the game could change. He ended by thanking all his supporters for the love and being there for him.

Briefly.co.za previously reported that AKA is quite an unpredictable dude.

The rapper has promised fans a new album this year but hasn't picked a release date yet. Instead, he's been teasing us with smaller-nyana snippets of songs he's working on.

AKA put a couple of these on his social media account - and, to fans' dismay, deleted them just a few hours later.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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