- AKA is feeling rather optimistic about what is to come from lockdown in regards to the music industry
- Supa Mega feels this is his chance to “change” the game, reinvent himself and fine-tune his craft
- Taking to social media, AKA got real about returning to the stage and assured fans that there is light at the end of the tunnel
AKA has come out of hiding, preaching words of music industry wisdom. Supa Mega says fans should not fear when it comes to music as he believes magic is going to come from this.
Many artists are using this time wisely, recreating their sounds and fine-tuning their crafts.
Briefly.co.za learnt that AKA feels rather positive about what is going to come out of lockdown in terms of the entertainment industry.
Supa Mega feels this is his chance to change the game. Even artists like Prince Kaybee are changing their flow in the spirit of lockdown.
Taking to social media, AKA urged his fans to see past the gloom and focus on the light at the end of this lockdown tunnel. Our guy thinks it’s going to be lit!
He also thanked fans again for all their support.
“Realistically, you might not be able to see your faves perform on an actual stage for the next year even. That changes everything. But with your support ... we about to change the game like we always have. Love you and thank you for being there for me. As usual.”
AKA is pumped about what is to come. He has promised fans some banging tracks, really soon, and a more personal connection.
“Thank you for all the awesome messages. I appreciate it very very very much. Real soon there will be new music and a new platform where we can interact with each [other] as the Megacy ... way better than on this one.”
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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