Saudi On Whether He Would Have Featured AKA On His “Msotra Don’t Die” Album

If nothing else, at least one has to appreciate the candour of South African rapper Saudi. He shows this side of himself every chance he gets, including recently, when he was asked whether he would have featured AKA in his latest album “Msotra Don’t Die.”

Where most people would have given a “straight” yes in order not to hurt anyone’s feelings, Saudi made it clear the only people he wanted to have as features on the project were Emtee and Sjava. He, however, added that AKA would still have loved the project.

He made this known while responding to a fan who threw the question at him on Twitter. It’s unclear why he limited his choices of features to just Emtee and Sjava, but all three of them – Saudi, Emtee, and Sjava – have a history together and have even worked together as well.

Saudi On Whether He Would Have Featured Aka On His &Quot;Msotra Don'T Die&Quot; Album 2

For instance, all three were previously signed to Ambitiouz Entertainment, easily the most controversial record label in South Africa. But whereas Sjava seemingly left quietly and without drama, Saudi and Emtee left following a fight – at different times, of course. Saudi ended up renouncing the record label in an EP titled “FucK Ambitiouz.”

Life goes on, of course.

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