AKA encourages community radio stations to holla at him for interviews

AKA encourages community radio stations to holla at him for interviews

- AKA has encouraged community radio stations to holla at him for interviews

- The Fela In Versace rapper said he needed to make more time to visit such radio stations because they're "super important"

- The star's fans praised him for acknowledging that community-based radio stations were still important to him even though he is a renowned star

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AKA plans to make more time for interviews at community radio stations.

Supa Mega revealed this after a Moutse Community Radio station DJ, @Toy326, asked him on Twitter why he doesn't do interviews at such stations.

The Fela In Versace hitmaker has stressed the importance of such stations to musicians like him.

The rapper replied to @Toy326:

"Community radio stations are super important. I definitely need to make more time to come through to them more often. Which station you need me at bruh?"

The star's fans were impressed that as big as AKA is now, he was still willing to make time for small radio stations that are not commercial or public radio stations.

@uTa_Enzo wrote:

"Thank you Mega for acknowledging that community radio stations are important regardless of how big you've become."

@Ian_Jindela said:

"That's the secret of a successful PR and with loyal fans. Do it Kay."

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Since AKA's tweet, community radio stations from across the country have flooded his comment section with requests to interview him.

Briefly.co.za has reported that AKA responded to critics of his hit song Fela In Versace. One troll said the hit song is not a rap song while another dissed some of the song's lyrics.

The rapper told tweeps that the song is a classic therefore he doesn't care what music genre it falls under.

"Fela In Versace is a classic… Call it Afro-pop if you want."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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