- AKA has taken to social media to react to the news that his Jika music video has reached four million views on YouTube
- The same video is also nominated in the Video of the Year category in this year's SAMAs
- Mzansi music lovers have shared mixed reactions to AKA's song hitting four million views after two years
AKA has reacted to his Jika music video reaching four million views on YouTube. The rapper, who is doing very well when it comes to quality music and videos, did not have many words to say regarding his latest achievement.
Reacting to the good news, Supa Mega took to Twitter and expressed his feelings in just one word: "Sweet."
The Fela In Versace hitmaker dropped the music video two years ago and judging from the YouTube hits, his fans love the visuals.
The song has been nominated in the Video Of The Year category at this year's South African Music Awards (SAMAs).
It is taken from his platinum-selling album titled Touch My Blood. In the song, the star features his usual collaborator Yanga Chief.
Mzansi music lovers have shared mixed reactions to AKA's song hitting four million views.
"Master KG's Jerusalema is over 40M views but congrats."
"You got Mzansi on your shoulders Bhova."
"It's been long overdue!"
"The video of the year is ours."
In other SAMAs news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest has continued to blast the SAMAs after his artist Nadia Nakai was not nominated in the Best Hip Hop Album category.
The Amademoni hitmaker has advised artists who were snubbed by the SAMAs to rather focus on winning new fans than taking home new awards.
"My advice to everyone who didn't get nominated and feels cheated: a strong fan base is way more valuable than a full cabinet. They love you when you are new and then they find a replacement when you dominate too much."
Mzansi stars, including Matorokisi hitmaker Makhadzi, Nadia and R&B sensation Ayanda Jiya, have all taken to social media to complain about not being nominated for this year's ceremony.
Mufasa, who feels that Nadia deserved a nomination, emphasised that musicians don't need recognition from the SAMAs in order to succeed in the industry.
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