Touch My Blood set to be AKA's last album

All good things do come to an end. Yes, Touch My Blood will be AKA's last album.

By  | Jun 22, 2020, 01:45 PM  | AKA  | Top of The

AKA standing over the world

Musician's are hella dramatic. So much so that we think that they could give SA actors a run for their money.

One stunt that musician's have always pulled though is that one about retiring from the game. For a variety of reasons artists have quit and, eventually, returned to the game. The latest artist to join this craze is, apparently, the Supa Mega himself. 

Over the weekend a fan chose to give praise to the Mega over what we assume were the snippets from his upcoming album which he posted on his Instastories. The Mega responded saying that he feels that this upcoming album is his best...and it'll possibly be his last?

With the growth of the Beam Group and him getting Yanga on the stable we can understand that he's got a lot on his plate. But to more? Initially we thought this meant like it's his last 'rap' exploring other facets of his talent. But nope. It's real. In an interview with Times Live his manager revealed that this is indeed his last album and it will come out sometime in May. 


But didn't he say 'Long Live Supa Mega, Live Long'? What is this now? Who will we have to compare Cassper against now? Wow. It's lit in 2018. Do you think AKA should give up music? 

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