- AKA had a radio interview with Sizwe Dhlomo, where he explained the thought process behind dropping three singles in one day instead of his full album
- The star said it's all part of a strategy to best work around the coronavirus and its restrictions on performances and promotions of music
- AKA said fans can expect the full album in the next few months
Mega had a radio interview with Sizwe Dhlomo, where he shared his reasons for the release of three singles in one day. AKA said it's all a build up to the release of his upcoming album.
AKA dropped Energy featuring Gemini Major, Monuments featuring Yanga Chief and Cross My Heart. Recently, he released visuals for Energy, an introduction to more music he is producing with with Gemini.
During the telephonic radio interview with Sizwe Dhlomo, AKA explained promised fans that his album would be out in the next few months.
AKA said, “If you looking at the times we living on with the pandemic, a lot of people (are) at home. People need music, people need inspiration and the people need something from the heart, like in a set of a song. South African hip hop is (in) a transitional phase. And I’ve always been that person to come up with quality music, something to say and something to get off my chest."
He continued, “Dropping three singles was really about - if you take those three singles that’s really one single in the run-up to my album. The album is gonna come out in the next few months."
In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Mzansi was still not satisfied after DJ Maphorisa cleaned up his kitchen. The star's posted another picture of his kitchen looking spotless, and even added SMEG items.
However, Twitter trolls were still not happy. Phori had previously come under fire for posting a picture with dirty dishes in the sink of, what some called, a small kitchen.
The star eventually caved in to social media pressure and cleaned up, plus bought new (and expensive) kitchenware. After Maphorisa endured yet another round of criticism, DJ Shimza let Phori know that tweeps will never be satisfied, so he should just let them be.
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