Hype AKA “As long as I’m here SA Hip Hop is alive”

AKA has been serving us back to back confidence on his stand in the SA hip hop industry.

Since his songs featured on the top 10 list of SA songs and SA radio music charts, Supa Mega refused keeping calm on the socials.

The level at which he brags being the OG graduates on a daily basis.

After claiming that it’s a blessing for him to be relevant in the game after 15 years of his first single release, he further called himself the saviour of the game.

Supa Mega says as long as he remains in the industry, hip hop will be alive.

“As long as I’m here SA Hip Hop is alive.”

As long as I’m here SA Hip Hop is alive. https://t.co/YWHIqGAGWN

— AKA (@akaworldwide) July 27, 2020

AKA believes Nasty C and himself are the ones carrying the culture on their back and also saving it from crumbling this year.

This he affirmed, after saying Nasty C needs to be stopped and controlled for topping SA top 10 songs on Apple Music list with 6 songs.

Nasty C actually responded with a handshake emoji. However, fans want a collaboration between them.

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