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    AKA Responds To Claims That Him & K.O Have “Abolished” The Dominance Of Amapiano

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    AKA Responds To Claims That Him & K.O Have “Abolished” The Dominance Of Amapiano. AKA has been in the spotlight lately following the success of his single Lemons Lemonade and how it has been neck on neck with K.O’s SETE.

    AKA Responds To Claims That Him & K.O Have “Abolished” The Dominance Of Amapiano

    The two famed rappers had to prove to the SA hip-hop culture that the game is still alive following the release of their singles which have been dominating the music charts. With that kind of sentiment set in stone within the culture, most SA hip-hop followers have claimed that AKA and K.O have plainly abolished the dominance of the Yanos.

    This happened after one of the Twitter users claimed that K.O and AKA had both successfully eradicated amapiano domination. “Not @akaworldwide and @MrCashtime abolishing amapiano with lemonade and sete respectively . After all these years of yano dominance. They just released singles that put an end to it others should take notes not escape to the now relevant genre.” Read the tweet.

    AKA responded by stating emphatically that he disagreed with the notion and that Amapiano is a uniquely South African sound that would never be abandoned. “Amapiano is an indigenous South African sound, it can never be “abolished” …” Tweeted AKA.

    Amapiano is an indigenous South African sound, it can never be “abolished” … https://t.co/wzoDK3vg2n

    — AKA (@akaworldwide) October 17, 2022

    The Supa Mega has come under fire after he ridiculed SA rappers who joined the Yanos movement in his Lemons Lemonade lyrics. Reason (Sizwe Alakine) is one of the SA rappers who felt offended by AKA’s raps since he is one of the rappers who switched to the Yanos.

    “Hearing AKA say: ‘Thank God they showed they true colours/Switched up piano like vultures’ is problematic to me. Especially from a hip-hop artist saying this on an Afro beat record. Like… who you talking about exactly? Give me examples,” tweeted Reason.

    Hearing @akaworldwide say “Thank God they showed they true colours/ Switched up piano like Vultures” is problematic to me.

    Especially from a hip hop artist saying this on an Afro beat record. Like… who you talking about exactly?

    Give me examples.

    — Sizwe Alakine World (@ReasonHD) September 18, 2022

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