Forbes family announced that Mass Country album of Kiernan Jarryd Forbes “AKA” will be released.
The family of the late rapper has been updating the public with necessary details about the icon since his death.
Taking to social media on Thursday, the family issued a statement saying the aforementioned album which was scheduled to drop before AKA died will still drop, and it will be to honour him.
The official release date of the album is on the 24th of February.
Meanwhile a single off the album will drop this Friday.
“As per Kiernan’s wishes, the next single release will be Company alongside longtime collaborator and friend Kiddominant. Scheduled for release on February 17, the single was recorded in Los Angeles during his January holiday,” reads the statement.
“The team was extremely blessed to work so closely on this project with Kiernan. We spent a lot of time mapping out this rollout and creating all the content we have under his direction. Kiernan worked tremendously hard on this project. He put his heart and soul into it, and we were blessed that Kiernan got the opportunity to map out this entire rollout and approve all the elements. So what will be coming out will be as per his direction and his vision. We thank the Forbes family for their faith in the entire team working on this project.” Nivo Manager, co-executive producer of Mass Country said.
“Kiernan worked very hard on this project. The energy and the expectations from the Megacy fuelled him to make a masterpiece. We are delighted, even at our saddest moment, to share the music he left behind for us for eternity … Long Live, Supa Mega, Live Long! The world will never forget AKA and that’s a promise …” said friend and business Partner @Vth Season Rapheal Benza.
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