- AKA has taken to social media to weigh in on being number one on 5FM's top 10 hip-hop chart
- The rapper, who recently dropped three banging tracks, referred to himself as a king when his song Energy reached number 1 on the chart on Wednesday
- The Fela In Versace hitmaker beat the likes of Cassper Nyovest, Nasty C and Boity in order to claim the throne on one of the biggest radio station in Mzansi
AKA has taken to social media to express his excitement about his song taking the number spot one the 5FM hip-hop top ten chart.
The rapper's smash song titled Energy featuring Gemini Major took the number one spot on Wednesday during Smash Afrika's show on the station which is one of the biggest radio station in Mzansi.
The Fela In Versace hitmaker beat the likes of Cassper Nyovest, who is his biggest arch-rival, Nasty C, Boity, Moozlie and OkMalumKoolKat.
AKA, whose daugher Kairo turned 5 on Wednesday, wrote on Twitter:
"The king is back."
Supa Mega's fans flooded his comment section to praise him for always giving them bangers whenever he drops a new project.
"I will say this once again, in Mega we trust trust."
"The most important keyword there is 'King'."
"Claimed your rightful place... All hail Mega."
Meanwhile in other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that media personality Scoop Makhathini believes that rappers AKA, Cassper Nyovest and Kwesta should go a year without releasing music because they have nothing new to sing about. The opinionated star was speaking in a video clip shared on Twitter.
The video footage has resulted in Scoop's name trending on the micro-blogging platform. Scoop said:
"I feel that there are a lot of new guys who we are not playing who are making much better music."
Tweeps had mixed reactions to what Scoop said. @Hey_Lue said:
"There's room for everyone, nobody needs to take a break and give anybody a chance. Music is universal, everyone enjoys different type of music and it serves many different purposes."
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