As everyone probably knows by now, AKA is one of the greatest rappers to ever grace the mic in South Africa. Without no doubt he'll go down as a legend to he reckoned with not only in the hop hop scene of South Africa but the music industry as a whole.
He gave us plenty of albums that came along with plenty of hits too. He started off with Alter Ego in 2011 and most recently, You're Welcome, which is a collaborative album between him and Costa Titch.
As far as hits are concerned, AKA comes close to none in the hip hop game. He's been consistently been giving Mzansi hits for the last 10 years and with the way things are looking, it doesn't seem like the Supamega will be stopping any time soon.
With all the success he's been able to accomplish, you'd think that AKA fully owns all the masters of his music but that's far from the truth, he doesn't own them or atleast fully.
AKA has, for the longest time, been signed under his record label called Vth Season, which is owned by Rafael Benza. In other words, Benza is the on who owns AKA's masters.
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