AKA opens up about what the “Bhovamania” project is an EP and not an album.
Literally everyone who heard that Supa Mega was dropping a project expected an album from him. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case as he revealed that “Bhovamania” is an EP and not an album. A lot of us have made our peace with that, but not all of us.
Many continue to ask why he opted to call the project an EP and not an album since it is unusually longer than an EP. During a recent chat with DJ Sabby on The Best Drive, AKA state his reasons.
According to him, making an album is more spiritual than anything. He revealed that he creates albums like an autobiography, with rules, precision and all. However, with an EP, there are no rules, and he can literally do and say whatever he wants on it. That’s exactly what he did on “Bhovamania”.
AKA explains Why Opt The EP Route With 13 Songs
In theory for those who don’t know. An EP is one to three songs, with one song at least 10 minutes long, and a total running time of 30 minutes or less. Or, four to six songs with a total duration of 30 minutes or less.
#Bhovamania is 13 songs and 54 minutes. Asked @akaworldwide why label it an EP and not an album.