In this week alone, we've heard so much from AKA about his upcoming project. In the twilight hours, he shared yet another clip of music that he's been working on. As fans began to engage the song and put in their two cents, one asked that Makwa be put on the track. To which, the Supa Mega explained that it was in fact Makwa that composed the track.
Getting there slowly. Taking advice. Mind some of the rubbish words ... but it’s taking shape nahmean. ???? pic.twitter.com/88k9jAUoNp— AKA (@akaworldwide) July 18, 2019
He further went on to say that he missed his sound from the LEVELS era of his career. For his fans, seeing this much communication about music from the Touch My Blood rapper comes as a cause for excited anticipation. Not only is he letting people into his thought process, but he's creating that community around the release of this project once again.
Anyways. Lemme put my phone down and get back to the mission. I guess I’m just excited to share my music with people. Tell me how much you love it or how much it sucks .... it’s whatever ❤️❤️❤️❤️— AKA (@akaworldwide) July 18, 2019
When one of his fans mentions getting Burna Boy on a track, AKA kindly shifts the conversation to the feature he'd like most and that is from Tresor. You may remember that the two worked on an 80s vibe track, "Electric Night," earlier this year for Tresor's album, Nostalgia. He also goes on to mention the creator of "Shesha Geza" and Prince Kaybee as potential collaborators.
Nah. I wanna take it as far as I can ... then let Tresor give it a shot ... then take it to whoever did “shesha geza” ... then take it to prince KB to find out what it’s missing. https://t.co/ue5rme1Ntx— AKA (@akaworldwide) July 18, 2019
Before logging out, AKA suggests that we may be getting a feature on the project from Riky Rick. The Minister of Energy, otherwise known as Boss Zonke only adds fuel to the fire when he responds to AKA with the below emojis.
???????????????????????????????????????? https://t.co/Jszf1CsMns— MR MAKHADO™️ (@rikyrickworld) July 18, 2019
In close, AKA still determining the direction of his project, but where he can, he shares the process with his listeners. A benevolent custodian of his fans' support, what more could folks ask for?