The “Too Risky”hitmaker made the claim during an interview with Jason El-A on live fm. The young Ghanaian who is signed to Chris Waddle’s AMG business record label said he came and save and change the Ghanaian rap music industry.
“I came and saved and change the rap game. Like Reggie Rockson, lord Kenya and the others came and saved the game sometime ago, I also came and saved the genre when I came into the music scene “.
Speaking on how he felt after not taking home an award in the 2017 edition of the VGMAs eventhough he had as much as seven nominations, the self acclaimed leader of the new school said he lost thought him some lessons which made him sit up leading him to go on tour in the United Kingdom to promote his “disturbation” album.
Looking forward to having a better year in 2018, the musician who is also in a relationship with fellow musician Sister Deborah is on a media tour to promote his latest single which features Hilife might Bisa K’dei .