Zingah disagrees with Nota: claims K.O showed AKA flames on Run Jozi

Zingah disagrees with Nota: claims K.O showed AKA flames on Run Jozi

- Zingah has said he disagrees with Nota Baloyi about Run Jozi because he thinks K.O did a better job than AKA

- Baloyi had previously told McG that he thought AKA had given a greater contribution to the song

- SAHipHopMag.com reported on Zingah's words and tweeps waited for a debate to unfold

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Zingah recently went on the record to say that he disagrees with Nota Baloyi's take on Run Jozi. Nota Baloyi had previously made remarks that implied he thought AKA's verse on Run Jozi was superior to K.O's.

Nota was interviewed by McG when he shared his thoughts. Zingah made it clear that he disagreed because he felt everybody knew that K.O "killed" AKA on the verse.

Zingah went on to explain that he thought K.O did better because of the effect that the rapper's lyrics had on the power of the song.

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SAHipHopMag.com quoted Zingah's words as:

"We ALL know KO killed AKA on Run Jozi. Killing someone on a song isn’t always about out rapping them. It’s about the more impactful performance. So as true as everything Nota said was, he still was wrong."

In other music industry news, Briefly.co.za reported on the announcement of Master KG, DJ Maphorisa and Kabza De Small getting nominated for an MTV music award. All three artists have been nominated for the chance to add some international awards bling to their collections. The three Mzansi favourites have been nominated for the MTV Europe Awards in the category of Best African Act.

The winner of the same category from last year, Burna Boy, is nominated alongside the three South Africans. Since the category is from all of Africa, there are some other nations being represented too. Our local musicians are accompanied by Rema from Nigeria, Sheebah from Uganda and Gaz Mawete, who hails from the DRC.

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Nominees for other awards on the night include superstars from around the world. Lady Gaga bagged the most nominations with seven in total and Korean group BTS tied with Justin Bieber for their five nods.

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