AKA Just Released Another New Song Ahead of ‘Touch My Blood’

Listen to 'Fully In' by AKA.

The hype for AKA's upcoming album Touch My Blood, which is out this Friday, is at an all-time high. And he's not helping things by releasing more songs ahead of the album's release.

Two weeks ago, he released two new songs, "Beyoncé" and "Amen," which are both on the album. This morning, the rapper let loose another banger off off TMB titled "Fully In." He once teased the song on social media, and fans went on a frenzy.

"Fully In" caused a bit of controversy in that the chant hook is reminiscent of his rival Cassper Nyovest's unreleased "Turn Up Gang."

We will tell you one thing, though, "Fully In" bangs. It's AKA on his element, stunting on the haters and flossing his lifestyle, which many of us can only dream of.

"Fully In" is yours when you pre-save or pre-order Touch My Blood on your streaming site and online store of choice.



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