- DJ Speedsta shared some sound advice with AKA as his Bhovamania album makes its big drop
- With AKA’s album dropping, DJ Speedsta asked him to please not let the opinions of others affect his vibe
- AKA let him know that he is not worried about what others think and that he knows 2020 is his year
DJ Speedsta shared some sound advice with AKA as his Bhovamania album makes its big drop. Haters are going to hate and that is their issue at the end of the day, not yours.
Having faced a fair share of shade in his time, DJ Speedsta felt the need to remind AKA that the negative comments only hold weight if he lets them. If you don’t give energy to it, it can’t do anything.
With AKA’s album dropping, DJ Speedsta asked him to please not let the opinions of others affect his vibe. DJ Speedsta believes AKA album is pure fire despite what some have said.
“Listening to Bhovamania He really is still the ultimate supa mega mania May not be the most popping BUT he’s killed it in his own way, For many years!!! That’s not easy!! Lot’s of respect for the DORO!!”
Seeing DJ Speedsta’s post, AKA let him know that he is not worried about what others think and that he knows 2020 is his year to shine. Ain’t no one dulling his sparkle.
“MEGACY. I BEG YOU. Do not spend ANY time responding to those who’s music has dropped and flopped. MIZE. MIZE. MIZE. 2020 belongs to us … focus on US at ALL COSTS!” – AKA.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that AKA has officially dropped his much-anticipated EP (extended play) titled Bhovamania. Supa Mega dropped the 13-track project early on Friday morning, 6 November.
The hashtag #Bhovamania has been trending on Twitter since the star dropped the EP. The project features musicians such as Sho Madjozi, K.O, Yanga Chief and L-Tido, among others. Tweeps have taken to the micro-blogging app to share their thoughts on the project.
AKA's fans have shared that they love the project while other tweeps, seemingly Cassper Nyovest's fans, have shared that they are not feeling it. They have been saying that Any Minute Now sounds way better than Bhovamania.
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