Local rapper AKA launched his Beam World app with Vodacom on Tuesday in Sandton, Johannesburg.
Supa Mega officially launched his Beam World app and the rapper promised his fans that they will receive exclusive content and will have a direct line to him.
The app is exclusively available for Vodacom costumers and will allow the Megacy to stream his entire catalogue, get the latest news of the rapper, follow his crew and contact the rapper directly with the 'Ask Kiernan Anything' function.
Some of Mzansi's favourite celebs came out to support the 'Daddy Issues II' rapper including Lasizwe, Gigi Lamayne, 'Real Housewives of Johannesburg' star Christall, Slikour, Emtee and his baby's mother DJ Zinhle.
.@akaworldwide's #AKABeamWorldAPP is also a platform where up & coming artists will get a chance to shine as well as stars of the SA rap game, such as @EmteeSA, who Supa Mega has paved a never-ending lane for. pic.twitter.com/SS21DBge4B— Vodacom (@Vodacom) October 2, 2018
Hip Hop is all about embracing the culture & @slikouron is one of the pioneers who has watched @akaworldwide make his epic rise to stardom, on top of breaking new ground with the #AKABeamWorldAPP. pic.twitter.com/AeUNkIamvo— Vodacom (@Vodacom) October 2, 2018
The #AKABeamWorldAPP is your one-stop-shop for the latest music, videos, interviews & basically an all-access pass into the #Megacy. Not forgetting a sneak-peak into @akaworldwide's life as a father & a family man. pic.twitter.com/JhrAjZZTvd— Vodacom (@Vodacom) October 2, 2018
Members of the Megacy have already started posting their excitement for the app, with many of them sharing screengrabs of the app.
The R3 per day (roughly R90 per month) price tag might seem like a steep price tag on top of South Africa's high data prices.
However, speaking to TsishaLIVE the 'Fela In Versace' rapper believes that his fans will have no problem supporting him.
"People buy my albums, people come to my shows. That costs money. People support me, so..."