10-year-old girl who danced with AKA on stage: ‘It’s a moment I’ll never forget’

Sangenkosi Mkhungo. (Photo: Supplied)
Sangenkosi Mkhungo. (Photo: Supplied)

While AKA might have had a rocky start to the year, the rapper seems to be in a much better place.

After his album went gold only a week after its release, the rapper was in high spirits this weekend and even got one of his fans to dance with him during a performance at the BridgeCity concert in KwaMashu over the weekend.

Taking to Instagram to share the cute video, the Touch My Blood rapper explained how he had spotted the little girl in the audience.

“While I was performing earlier, I saw this little girl dancing and singing along to EVERYTHING. I pulled her up on stage and jammed with her,” he wrote.

“This is why God has given me my gift ... to make people happy ... This is the type of thing I live for. THIS is what being a performer and being a musician is about ... SPREADING LOVE  #TouchMyBlood  POW!!!!!" he continued.

In the video, little Sangenkosi Mkhungo can be seen getting her groove on alongside the Supamega as he performs his hit-single Don’t Forget to Pray – and we must admit, the girl has got moves for days!

Speaking to Drum, the 10-year-old from Glenwood in Durban said that she felt very happy and very shocked that he called her "out of all those people".

“It’s a moment that I’ll never forget. I was just standing and singing and dancing and he saw what I was doing and he called me up on stage,” she said.

Sangenkosi – who was at the concert that day with her mom and friends – also added that she has always loved to dance.

“I think I started dancing at the age of four. No one taught me how to dance but I think I get it from my mom,” she laughed.

When asked which AKA song is her favorite, the little girl said it’s Don’t Forget to Pray ft. Anatii.

Watch Sangenkosi breaking it down with AKA below.


AKA poses with Sangenkosi Mkhungo and her friends.

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