AKA takes shots at Cassper on new diss track Composure

AKA's new song has err'body talking (Social Media)
AKA's new song has err'body talking (Social Media)

Johannesburg - The internet has been on fire in anticipation of a new AKA track set to be released this Friday, but it's a (planned) leaked diss track that has really grabbed everyone's attention!

A diss track by AKA, entitled Composure, found its way onto DJ Milkshake's Soundcloud on Wednesday afternoon.

The track details quite a lot about the rappers relationship with Cassper Nyovest, Riky Rick and even his baby mama, DJ Zinhle.

On Cassper Nyovest

AKA addresses the beef he has been having with Cassper, telling the rapper that he "ain't gonna treat your pony-tale like the holy grail."

"Why you coming to my table without asking dawg. I know you hate me with a passion. I ain't mad at y'all," AKA begins.

"When it rains it pours. Understand with me when it’s war, it’s war. Thinking back you wasn’t even national yet. Matter fact I used to be a fan of your shit. Young king I should’ve took you under my wing, instead I let you under my skin," he raps on the track.

He then goes on to question Cassper's album sales ("went gold but y'all did it a funny way") and accuses him of stealing moves from Okmalumkoolkat.

On Riky Rick

AKA reveals in the song that Riky Rick called him and told him he could not collab with him because of the Cassper drama.

On Anatii

"I’m the reason people had ‘The Saga’ on repeat. Now you wanna charge me 80 thousand for a beat?" AKA raps, alluding to a possible feud with Anatii. And did he just call Anatii's music video "trash"?

On Zinhle

AKA also speaks out about his split with Zinhle, and says he was finishing his album when all of a sudden the pair had to make separate living arrangements. He raps how his father told him not to make the same mistakes, but he still ended up coming home late to find dinner in the microwave. "We were so in love like an idiot," he adds.

Give the track a listen here, we promise you won't regret it...

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