The Hip-Hop industry can be summarized as a ‘dog eat dog world’ because everyone is fighting to be at the top.
Rappers often accuse other rappers for ‘copying’ their styles, which is pretty evident because of the similarities of almost all music videos and sound.
AKA has always been vocal about rappers copying his style and using it as their own. Recently he was accused of doing the very same thing to his nemesis Cassper Nyovest.
Earlier this year, Cassper Nyovest released his much loved single Good For That, and it was accompanied by a music video. His video gained traction in some parts of the world as well. It dominated charts and trends, which saw the #GoodForThatChallenge emerging.
Although his dance moves are not uniquely his, they were taken from the States, but Cass was the one who introduced them to the music scene in SA.
AKA posted a teaser of Costa Titch’s Nkalakatha Remix music video featuring Supa Mega and Riky Rick.
— AKA (@akaworldwide) February 20, 2020
AKA along with the Bhovanation tried to defend the video by saying it originated in the states and did not originate with Cassper.