AKA Shades Burna Boy And Malema On Nkalakatha Remix

AKA has officially snapped!

By  | Nov 28, 2019, 11:30 AM

Somebody call the sheriff because the old AKA is back. Supa Mega's latest verse on Costa Titch's Nkalakatha Remix which dropped on streaming platforms this Thursday. Let's just say, the streets are shook.

AKA and Riky Rick, who are quickly becoming besties feature alongside one another as they show support to 24-year-old  Costa Titch. The Nelspruit native has been setting the country ablaze with his neon-green dreadlocks and when fans saw him drop the original Nkalakatha we thought Mandoza had somehow made a return. He quickly made the track his own while paying homage to the original South African hit.

However, when it came time to drop the remix, he pulled in two of the biggest names in the game. Riky Rick kicks things off by testing anybody who thinks that hip hop has died, before Costa holds the track with strong hooks and verses. It was fitting, however, that Mega saved the best verse on the song for last.

From the get-go, AKA's aggression in his bars set the tone for what ends up being an edgy verse that we can only use one word to describe: Leadership.

Listen to it below:

The verse is loaded with lines directed at Burna Boy and Julius Malema, while also shading a large chunk of the entertainment industry who remain silent on critical issues.

As you can imagine, the streets have been shaking after hearing Bhova's latest offering, and without disrespecting the other rappers on the track, AKA stole the show in a way Mandoza would have been proud of.

Just check out the hectic reaction below:

AKA. Snapped.

That's all we can say and if you haven't already checked out the Nkalakatha Remix then you can stream it below:
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