AKA fans celebrate 2nd anniversary of album #TouchMyBloodTurns2

AKA fans celebrate 2nd anniversary of album #TouchMyBloodTurns2

- AKA's fans flooded social media on Monday using the hashtag #TouchMyBloodTurns2

- The rapper's album Touch My Blood was released two years ago on 15 June

- The album consisted of hit tracks such as Fela In Versace, Caiphus Song and The World Is Yours

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AKA's third studio album Touch My Blood turned two on Monday.

Supa Mega's fans took to social media to celebrate its second anniversary using the hashtag #TouchMyBloodTurns2.

The album, now certified double platinum, consisted of classic songs such as Fela In Versace, Caiphus Song, The World Is Yours and Star Signs.

Fela in Versace alone has been certified 4x platinum while Caiphus Song and The World Is Yours have been certified 8x platinum.

AKA's fans flooded the star's timeline to congratulate him on his album's achievement.

@ScelonG commented:

"No Hip-hop song has ever dominated charts like Fela In Versace, in Mzansi. AKA is a genius guys! He's musically untouchable!"

Kaygee_089 wrote:

"#TouchMyBloodTurns2 is one of the best albums courtesy of Supa Mega."

@IamthabangK commented:

"Today it's Touch My Blood album birthday. An album with songs that topped charts and dominated in 2018. Show some respect and drop your favourite song @akaworldwide."

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AKA told his stans on Monday that he has already shot videos for Cross My Heart and Monuments. He said he will be shooting the video for Energy this coming Friday.

"We’ve shot Cross my Heart and Monuments... shooting Energy this Friday."

Briefly.co.za reported when the rapper released the songs all at the same time.

When he dropped the tracks, his fans reacted positively with one saying, "Those singles came with too much heat."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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