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Kairo Forbes Steals the Show at Metro FM Awards Ceremony with Her Fine Singing

The Metro FM Awards ceremony was a memorable night for Megacy fans as they witnessed Kairo Forbes, the daughter of AKA, steal the show with her delicate vocals. The event was a special occasion for the Forbes family, as Kairo accompanied her grandparents on stage to collect AKA’s Best Collaboration Song featuring Nasty C award.

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A Moment to Remember

The emotional night for the Forbes family became even more unforgettable as Kairo asked fans to join her in singing the award-winning song ‘Lemons (lemonade).’ As she began to sing, the crowd was mesmerized by her fine singing and harmonious voice. The moment when she said, “Come on, sing with me,” reminded many fans of AKA.

AKA, Kairo Forbes
[Image: Screenshot/Instagram/Kairo Forbes]
Despite AKA’s short music career, he made an immense impact on the music industry and earned recognition internationally for South African hip-hop. He won his first award in 2012 for Best Male Artist at the 18th South African Music Awards. In total, AKA won 17 awards from various ceremonies, including the MTV Africa Music Awards, South African Hip Hop Awards, and others.

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Hope for the Megacy

Kairo’s performance gave AKA’s fans hope that the Megacy was not dead, but rather moving on to the next generation. She showed her natural talent and potential, leaving fans eagerly anticipating her future musical endeavours.

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Fans’ Reactions

After the video of Kairo’s performance went viral on Twitter, fans expressed their love and admiration for the young singer. Some fans were touched by the moment and felt sad that AKA wasn’t there to witness it himself.

Despite the sadness and emotions of the night, Kairo’s performance was a moment of joy and hope, reminding everyone that AKA’s legacy and influence will continue to inspire future generations of artists in South Africa and beyond.

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