AKA’s Legacy Lives On As He Wins DStv Content Creator Award. In a touching celebration of creativity and talent, the late South African hip-hop legend, AKA, was posthumously honoured with the prestigious DStv Content Creator Award, solidifying his enduring legacy in the world of entertainment.
The DStv Content Creator Award, known for recognizing outstanding contributions to the African media and entertainment industry, celebrated AKA‘s exceptional journey as a musician, rapper, and multimedia personality.
The award was presented during a star-studded ceremony held on Saturday 9 September at the Galleria in Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa. Taking to Twitter, the award organisers congratulated the Supa Mega after winning the Song Of The Year Award with Lemons Lemonade featuring Nasty C.
“iTracksuit Versace, pull out the set” Let’s raise the roof and celebrate the legendary Supa Mega @akaworldwide because he just snatched the Song of the Year Award! Read the post.
Accepting the award on behalf of AKA, his family expressed gratitude for the recognition of his remarkable contributions to the creative industry. His mother, Lynn Forbes, thanked AKA’s Megacy for the unwavering support.
Taking to Twitter, AKA’s mother thanked the Megacy for all the unwavering support. “Megacy you did it again! Thank you so much for voting and bringing this one home! Thank you for keeping his legacy alive and creating memories for Kairo 🙏🏽. We love and appreciate you. 💜’Legacy, Megacy, that’s all that matters.’” she wrote.
As AKA’s legacy lives on through his music, digital content, and now this esteemed award, it is clear that his impact on African entertainment is as vibrant as ever. His ability to connect with audiences through his artistry and digital presence ensures that he will forever be remembered as a pioneer and trailblazer in the African creative sphere.