AKA has revealed there is an attempt to erase his legacy after he woke up this morning only for his music video to have been removed from YouTube. The rapper has bemoaned the occurrence on his Twitter page.
He wrote on Twitter, “Tomorrow is the deadline for me to hand in my 3rd and final album. For me it’s bittersweet right now because my videos were removed off YouTube and reloaded yesterday, in the process, wiping out millions of views.”
“My debut album, “Altar Ego” has been taken down multiple platforms. All my hard work and sacrifice. But you know what, my music and legacy stays alive in your hearts and memories,” he consoled himself.
The rapper said the reason the South African music industry is not doing well is because labels and ex labels are still attempting to control the talent of others.
“All you need to know is that people are trying to control me and my legacy. They cannot erase me. They will not derail me. They will only make me stronger. The music industry is f***** exactly because people exploit artists and try and control and contain their talent. You all know exactly who is doing what.”
“One thing is for sure, come the 15th of June; I know you’ll have my back. Nobody can stop us. I need your support more than ever. So please be patient and keep me in your prayers and thoughts. Every dog has its day… believe that. This is exactly why the recording industry is in the state it’s in. #SuckMyBlood… but right now, let’s stay focused on the goal. #TouchMyBlood coming soon,” he adds.