A-Reece and AKA on the same verse is something South Africans have always wanted to see. The desire to see that manifest was especially strong a year ago when AKA was working on his “Mass Country” Album.
Somehow, the two never got to work on that project — or so it seemed — and fans are not pleased at all. So they have been tailing at A-Reece, criticising him for messing up the opportunity to work with AKA. For his death.
Perhaps as a token of respect for the slain rapper, A-Reece has not addressed the issue and has so far said nothing about why he was not featured on “Mass Country” album.
However, one of his associates, DJ Clen, on whose “Viral” album A-Reece had worked as an executive producer, has risen to his defence.
In a tweet, DJ Clen shared that A-Reece had, in fact, recorded his verse but eventually did not send the stems because AKA and his team likely didn’t request it for whatever reason. You can check out the tweet below.
By the way, AKA would have released his album before his death, but he deferred the release date because A-Reece planned to release a project around the same period.