Prince Kaybee excited to listen to rapper AKA's exclusive hits

Prince Kaybee excited to listen to rapper AKA's exclusive hits

- Prince Kaybee is excited to be among the first people to listen to AKA's exclusive hits

- The DJ took to social media to let it be known that AKA had sent him exclusive music

- The rapper is set to drop three new fire tracks on Friday and fans can't wait for some beats to break lockdown boredom

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While the rest of Mzansi is waiting for rapper AKA to drop three new singles on Friday, Prince Kaybee has already danced to all of them.

The club DJ and music producer took to social media to brag about getting the exclusives from Supa Mega.

Kaybee even went as far as praising AKA for being a genius when it comes to making music.

"Just got the exclusives, @akaworldwide got this music thing figured out. Thanks for the call papi."

Upon seeing Kaybee's tweet praising his music, AKA also commended the DJ for producing hits. The Fella In Versace rapper tweeted:

"It takes a hit man to know a hit man."

AKA took to Twitter on Tuesday to announce that he would drop three tracks on Friday.

The songs are titled Cross My Heart, Monuments and Energy.

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In other AKA news, he revealed that he has spent an insane amount of R5 million on making AKA TV a reality.

The star expressed that he believes it was a good investment as it is his way of staying ahead of the times while others wallow away in lockdown.

He said they were working day and night to improve the channel. New content will drop at midnight on Thursday, according to AKA. has reported that the rapper and media personality Sizwe Dhlomo have been beefing on Twitter streets.

They have been at it since this past weekend when Sizwe threatened to put his hands on AKA. AKA has clapped back, saying he was ready for a fight "any time, any place".

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