AKA’s highly anticipated album “Mass Country” is still scheduled to drop on the 24th of February as initially planned.
Fans of SA Hip Hop have anticipated the release of AKA’s next album, “Mass Country,” since he announced it. He dropped the first single from the album titled “Lemons (Lemonade).” It featured contributions from Nasty C, who absolutely killed it.
He also dropped the song “Paradise,” featuring Gyakie and Musa Keys as the second single. He returned with “Prada,” a song that featured Khuli Chana. Unfortunately, AKA was murdered in Durban two weeks before the album’s release. Following his death, fans wondered if the album would still drop on the same day.
AKA’s team and family have announced that the album will drop on the scheduled date. They shared that the “Cross My Heart” had worked on it for the past two years. Of course, it would only be fair to share it with his fans as he had planned.