As everyone probably knows by now, Mr Refiloe Phoolo and Mr Kiernan Forbes are two of the most consistent Hip Hop artists to ever come out of South Africa. These two individuals have certainly earned their stripes and have taken the rap game in SA to worldwide heights.
At some point, their beef had escalated to the point where guns were even pulled out, YES! it was hectic and interesting and exciting at the same time. AKA's composure forever remains a classic to this day, although Cassper tried to fight back with his own diss track, it was below par for someone of his standards.
Now when it comes to collaborating with other African artists, it seems like AKA has an upper hand over Cassper because he's made more hit songs that made serious impact and numbers in Africa.
Below its the songs of which both AKA and Cassper have collaborated with other African artists, these are the results, see the image below:
All Eyes On Me
Vela In Versace
Make Me Sing
Check On You
Something For Something
What do y'all think?? Let's talk in the comments section
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