Family Of Late Rapper AKA Announce Release Date Of Posthumous Album 'Mass Country'


Family Of Late Rapper AKA Announce Release Date Of Posthumous Album 'Mass Country'

The family, as well as the label of late South African rapper AKA, have announced the release date of his posthumous album 'Mass Country.'

AKA 'Mass Country'

In an official press release statement shared by the family of popular rapper AKA, who passed away tragically, confirmed the release date of his scheduled album 'Mass Country.' The press statement confirmed that the album would be released on the scheduled date set by AKA himself on Friday, the 24th of February, 2023.

AKA had first announced in a post on his social media platform on the 10th of January 2023, before his death, that he would be releasing an album titled 'Mass Country' on the 24th of February 2023, and his family, as well as his label outfit, have decided to proceed with the release as earlier scheduled, and this would be the rapper's posthumous album.

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The Nivo manager and co-executive producer of Mass Country stated:

“The team was extremely blessed to work so closely on this project with Kiernan. We spent a lot of time mapping out this roll out and creating all the content we have under his direction. Kiernan worked tremendously hard on this project. He put his heart and soul into it, and we were blessed that Kiernan got the opportunity to map out this entire roll out and approve all the elements, so what will be coming out will be as per his direction and his vision. We thank the Forbes family for their faith in the entire team working on this project.”

Managing director at Sony Music Entertainment Africa, Sean Watson, revealed:

“Our hearts are broken. We’ve lost not only an icon but someone who was dear to us as a member of the Sony family. Our thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones as we all traverse this difficult time of mourning the loss of a dearly beloved and respected artist. All of us at Sony Music convey our deepest sympathies and condolences to his family, friends, the Megacy and South Africa.”

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