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AKA Releases Amapiano-Kwaito Version Of “F.R.E.E”
AKA has at last regarded the calls of his armies of fans and dropped his most recent single. Titled F.R.E.E, the new melody sees Supa Mega end a long time of outright quiet since dropping Touch My Blood and assume control over summer simply like he promised. F.R.E.E features Riky Rick and DJ Tira.
From the first tune in, it is difficult to disregard the fact that F.R.E.E is obviously South African. Full AKA fans quickly contrasted the he beat with Brynston Drive, taken from Don’t Forget To Pray and even compared it to The Fraternity’s Bheka Mina Ngedwa which inspected Brenda Fassie’s Weekend Special.
Said to be AKA’s main tune that he at any point made, F.R.E.E is an energetic mid-beat with noticable Kwaito components and piano/synth lines. The combination of House, Kwaito, Amapiano and Hip Hop implies that we get a sound which is both nostalgic and contemporary-pulling in from the past however wonderfully returning to the current. This is the sort of sound that AKA has come to be known with-bounty may state it’s somewhat gimmicky however it works for the Mega.
“I’m the main artiste in South Africa that can blend differe kinds of music genre and make it sound so great,” shares AKA about the single.
Riky Rick conveys one strong section as he raps about his hotly anticipated return, at last continuing on ahead and his stream is perfect. AKA’s stanza on this joint isn’t expressive at everything except he hauls out lines from the sack of well-adored melodies and figures out how to takesshots at Cassper Nyovest and DJ Sumbody. DJ Tira was an unexpected on the grounds that we are not used to hearing him drop full stanzas yet he pulled through and adjusted the tune.
You can download F.RE.E when you purchase it on all major online stores.