- AKA has dropped his much-anticipated singles titled Energy, Cross My Heart and Monuments
- The tracks were already topping the charts at 6am on online music platforms just a few hours after the rapper dropped them
- The star's stans have taken to social media to praise him for giving them three hits at the same time
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AKA dropped his three new singles at the same time on Friday.
The Supa Mega has outdone his competitors with the tracks titled Enery, Monuments and Cross My Heart, according to some of the reactions from his fans.
The three singles were already topping the charts at 6am.
Tweeps who had been eagerly waiting for him to drop the songs have flooded social media with to applaud the star for giving them dope music.
Since the rapper released the tracks, the hashtag #MaDrugz has been trending on social media.
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Briefly.co.za reported on Thursday that the star's hyped-up fans could not wait for their fave to hit them with new street "anthems".
Here are some of the reaction's from the Main Ous hitmaker's stans.
"So Cassper called AKA #MaDrugz, now AKA is using the hashtag to promote his music. Switch Ls into Ws."
"Lmao #MaDrugz is on his neck! 3 hits back to back. He’s definitely not here to play!"
"Mega Mega how is your enemy gonna enjoy calling you with your nickname when you've embraced it this weĺl..."
"AKA owes me a new house, those singles came with too much heat. Megacy where y’all at?"
"AKA talks too much but when it comes to music he always delivers."
"Cassper watching how Mega tops charts without sounding like pop smoke."
"'I manufacture street anthems', he wasn't lying."
AKA has been involved in a long time feud with arch-rival Cassper Nyovest. Their stans are always comparing the two stars' music every time one of them drops new songs.
Mega has also been recently involved in a nasty twar with media personality Sizwe Dhlomo.
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