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SUPA MEGA: Mass Country certified gold in two weeks after release

The late South African rapper Kiernan ‘AKA’ Forbes’ latest album Mass Country has reached gold status in a matter of weeks.

Released on February 24, the much-awaited album has been well received by music lovers and has been certified gold per a social media post by Nadia Nakai.

AKA’s girlfriend, Nakai, headed to Instagram and shared the news with her followers who are now delighted and believe it will still go higher than gold.

With this album, AKA continued to prove why he is one of South Africa’s most prized musicians as he featured the likes of Nadia, Khuli Chana, Blxckie, Emtee, Yanga Chief, and Sjava.

Many people have been listening to the album repeatedly and have given the late rapper flowers for making another stellar album.

@Joh_Lyon  reacted:

“Tripple Platinum loading. In Megacy we trust. Long Live Supa Mega, Live Long.”

@VirginiaJohn wrote:

“May his soul rest in peace and may you heal with time.”

@Gamu_Wagon said:

“Congratulations to you and bae.”

@Bandz said:

“Supa Mega he’s on top again. Mass Country to the world!”

@pPreshazPearl wrote:

“Proud moment for Megacy…U guys are an amazing bunch.

A look at the recent piece on AKA, Entertainment SA reported that the much-anticipated album of the rapper Kiernan ‘AKA’ Forbes, Mass Country, will set the music alight and that was the view shared by Spotify.

Spotify’s sub-Saharan Africa’s lead for music strategy and operations, Warren Bokwe believed the album will be popular in South Africa and beyond.

“AKA was one of the few people who could be classified as a South African hip hop megastar and we are honoured to be able to continue to share his music with his fans both in South Africa and all over the world,” said Bokwe.

Main Image: AKA/Twitter

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