AKA Secures 5th BET Award Nomination

AKA Secures 5th BET Award Nomination. AKA has once again proven his dominance in the music industry even in his absence by securing his fifth BET Award nomination.

AKA Secures 5th BET Award Nomination

The BET Hip Hop Awards, established by the Black Entertainment Television Network, have long been recognized as one of the most prestigious accolades in the music industry.

This year’s Awards will pay homage to the illustrious roots of hip-hop and its extraordinary evolution in both sound and cultural influence, commemorating 50 years of the genre’s legacy.

AKA’s nomination this year comes in the “Best International Flow” category, where he faces stiff competition from artists across the globe along with fellow local rapper K.O. The Victory Lap hitmaker enjoyed a stellar career that spanned over a decade until he took his last breath in February of this year.

The announcement brought so much excitement to Supa Mega’s fanbase as he underscored his enduring influence on the international stage.

This nomination marks AKA‘s fifth appearance in the esteemed awards, a remarkable achievement that cements his status as a global music megastar. His previous nominations at the BET Hip Hop Awards were in 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2019, demonstrating his unwavering commitment to producing top-tier music that resonates with audiences far beyond South Ah.

The departed rapper received a nomination at the Headies Awards for Southern African Artist Of The Year, but unfortunately, he didn’t secure the award. However, there’s still hope for him to clinch victory at the upcoming Afrimma Awards scheduled for September 17th.

As the anticipation builds, AKA’s Megacy is rallying behind the late rapper, hoping that this fifth nomination will be the charm that secures his place in BET Awards history. Regardless of the outcome, AKA’s nomination is a testament to his enduring impact on the music dead or alive.

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