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AKA & Anatii – Don’t Forget To Pray

January 05, 2018 at 08:27
AKA & Anatii – Don’t Forget To Pray
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Kiernan Jarryd Forbes, known by his stage name AKA, is a South African hip jump recording craftsman and record maker.

In 2009 AKA wandered for a performance vocation with hits like “Errors”, “In My Walk” and “Do It” with the last making it to number 1 on the South African 5FM Top 40.[1] He won Metro FM Music Awards for “Best Newcomer”, “Best Hip Hop” as a performance demonstration and “Best Produced Album” for his introduction Altar Ego.[2] It is then that he was named “Ruler of South African Rap” by one of the national newspapers.[3] He likewise won “Best Dressed man” amid the GQ Awards in South Africa nearby Oscar Pistorius.[4]

In 2011  tune “Triumph Lap” won Channel O’s Most Gifted Hip-Hop Video at the seventh yearly Channel O Music Video Awards and at the eighteenth South African Music Awards was granted Male Artist of the Year and Best Street Urban Music Album.[5] AKA & Anatii – Don’t Forget To Pray

Otherwise known as has opened for Kanye West, Snoop homey, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Big Sean and Kendrick Lamar in their South African tours.[6] He has won many honors including “Best Street Urban Music Album” and “Male Artist of the Year” at the eighteenth South African Music Awards (SAMA) In late 2014 rapper marked a multi-collection manage Sony Music through its new nearby urban name Sound African chronicles. Official head of A&R for Sony, Zakes Bantwini made the declaration through their stage. ‘We’re eager to add AKA’s renowned profession to our stable. We are amped up for AKA’s development prospects in Africa and past.’ The Sony Music/association is the key impetus to change the business and face of Music crosswise over Africa, particularly in the key territories of value, conveyance and substance management’.[7]

In June 2015, his sophomore collection Levels was ensured Gold, by the Recording Industry of South Africa, for shipments of more than 20,000 duplicates locally, as of May 2016 the collection was guaranteed platinum by RiSA.[8]

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