- Zingah has taken to social media to share a funny throwback picture of him and AKA back in the days when they had chiskops
- Judging from the lack of sauce and drip, it is clear to see that the two rappers were still on the come up when the pic was taken
- The Fela In Versace hitmaker has become one of the most popular and successful rappers in Mzansi
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Zingah has shared a hilarious throwback snap with fellow rapper AKA. It is very clear to see that the pic was taken a few years back, judging from their lack of sauce. The pic was definitely taken before the bling, money and all the glow that comes with success.
Their lack of hair also suggest that the photo was taken during the days when chiskop was still in fashion. The two stars now have new age hairstyles, tattoos and their wardrobe has also changed for the better.
The picture also speaks volumes about AKA and Zingah's relationship. It shows how far they have come and how they have been able to adapt in order to stay relevant in the cut-throat music industry. Zingah shared the pic on his Instagram and Twitter accounts. AKA has now become one of the biggest rappers in Mzansi.
Some of their fans who came across the pic agreed that the two muso's have been come a long way with Mzansi hip-hop.
"I been a fan of you two since this time."
"Guess you really needed the hair."
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In other AKA news, Briefly.co.za reported that 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.
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