AKA’s latest and last album, Mass Country, is a powerful and powerful musical journey that takes listeners on a journey through South African hip-hop. The album is a mix of styles, from hip-hop to trap to afro-pop, and the production is top-notch. It features some of South Africa’s most talented producers, as well as guest features from the likes of Nadia Nakia, Blackie, Nasty C, Khuli Chana, Thato Saul, Yanga Chief, and Emtee.
The album kicks off with the emotionally charged “Last Time,” as AKA flows effortlessly through it with a passionate delivery. This sets the tone for the rest of the album, with AKA delivering hard-hitting bars and thought-provoking lyrics. Tracks like “Sponono” and “Crown” are sure to get the crowd moving, while “Diary” is a heartfelt track that will definitely tug at the heart strings. My personal favorite is “Mbuzi” and I’m sure many will agree that AKA showed his lyrical genius and prowess on that freestyle.
Overall, Mass Country is a fantastic album and a great introduction to South African hip-hop for those unfamiliar with the genre. AKA’s lyrics are powerful and heartfelt, and the production is top-notch. It’s an album that should definitely be checked out, and is sure to be appreciated by hip-hop fans from all over the world.