Even though some artists tend to rant and get a little aggressive when disciplining fans on illegally streaming and downloading their music on popular websites such as Fakaza, Flexy Jam and so forth, Shane has given fans the go ahead.
The rapper who just dropped his highly anticipated album 'Dark Moon Flwr', has granted his fans permission to download his music on Fakaza.
Shane bashed a fan when he posted a song from his album that he downloaded illegally a few days ago. He expressed how disappointed he was at fans who claim to be their biggest supporters yet do not purchase albums using the correct platforms such as iTunes or Spotify.
Euphonik once jumped to a fan's defense when K.O called the fan out. The DJ said that most people do not understand what piracy is and should be educated. They usually do not spend money on purchasing albums, rather they attend concerts.
Whilst many thought he was being sarcastic, many others assured the rapper that they will indeed download it using those platforms as they have been doing so for years. Some thanked the rapper for understanding the difficulties many are facing in the country's current economic state.
The album which features Nasty C, American rapper Bas, Lute and many others, has been receiving raving reviews since its release.
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