- AKA has given in to his fans after they requested that he must add his song Iron Duke on his upcoming project, Bhovamania
- AKA took to social media to let the Megacy know that he has decided to include the song in the highly anticipated album
- Supa Mega's fans have taken to his comment section to commend him for listening to them and adding Iron Duke to the album
AKA has just showed his fans, the Megacy, how much he appreciates their input. When Supa Mega released his track list a few days ago, his fans begged him to include his song titled Iron Duke to his highly-anticipated album Bhovamania.
Mega's fans flooded his comment section to let him know that they were not happy that the song did not make it to the upcoming album due for release before the end of this year. The rapper recently took to Twitter to let the Megacy know that he has heard their cries. The Energy hitmaker posted on Tuesday, 22 September:
"Ok. After careless consideration... Iron Duke is gonna make it. I’m working on it right now. The cries of the Megacy cannot be ignored."
The star's fans have taken to his comment section to share their views on his latest move. Check out some of their comments below:
"I'm in tears right now. Thank you so much for hearing us king. It means a lot to the MEGACY."
"That's great news."
"A leader who listens to his people. Iron Duke is fire Forbes."
"That's what I'm talking about Mega."
"I'm happy the king has heard our cries, salute to the Mega in you we trust trust until the finish."
In other AKA news, Briefly.co.za AKA took to social media to claim that he has never "bitten" anyone's song or style - at least for over a decade. The confident rapper told tweeps on Twitter that his "artistic integrity is unmatched". He boastfully expressed that not even one song of his "sounds like" anyone else's in Mzansi.
"I have gone over a decade without biting anyone or anyone’s style. My artistic integrity is unmatched."
Supa Mega went on to challenge social media users to name one song from his entire catalogue that sounds copied from anyone else's song. Mzansi has shared mixed reactions to the rapper's claims.
Some tweeps even went on to say that sampling and copying someone's song is the same thing. Many of AKA's songs are sampled from classic house songs. One fan @RrrongFootage wrote:
"I know we only call them samples when its you... but when it's someone else it's copying..."
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