Nota On Why AKA Should’ve Featured Young Stunna On New Single “PARADISE”

Nota explains why AKA’s new single “PARADISE” should have featured Young Stunna. AKA is currently on a roll following the success of Lemons and Lemonade, which achieved greater success in a shorter period of time after its release. The lead single from the rapper’s upcoming Mass Country album has set the tone for what he will dish out on his highly anticipated body of work next year.

As if that was not enough, the rapper has once again opted to spoil his Megacy fanbase with another banger in PARADISE. The award-winning rapper has featured the amapiano sensation Musa Keys and Zadok. It’s yet to be seen if the single will go all the way to surpass Lemons (Lemonade).

Taking to Twitter, Nota stated that AKA’s Lemons (Lemonade) is a whack song and it was Nasty C who saved the song. The talky music executive stated that AKA should’ve called up Young Stunna to save his latest release Paradise. In this same tweet, Nota fired shots at AKA’s fanbase whom he claimed that they are not being honest with their favourite rapper.

“Lemonade is a whack song… That Nasty C verse saved it. They should’ve called Young Stunna to save #Paradise. Having a loyal fanbase is a gift & a curse because they are too loyal, to be honest with you!” Tweeted Nota.

Upon the release of AKA‘s Lemons (Lemonade) Nota was one of the critics of the song, but the music executive made a U-turn and admitted to liking the song. “I watched Mansa Manye’s reaction to #Lemons2Lemonade & now I like the song!” Tweeted Nota.

Baloyi also went on and give Nasty C his flowers for his verse on the song, even though he has been giving sticks at the Durban rapper’s rap career. That Nasty C verse saved #Lemons2Lemonade well done Junior!”

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