Young Ghanaian rapper, Thorsten Owusu Gyimah, widely known as Yaw Tog has sent a simple message to his critics condemning him on social media with regard to his craft as a musician.
It would be remembered that some concerned Ghanaians shared their frustration over the rapper’s sudden disappearance from the music scene.
Many presumed that the attention he got when he first emerged into the music scene had been shifted and given to the “Kwaku The Traveler” hitmaker, Black Sherif. Mr. Logic, an entertainment pundit stated that the music industry has disappointed Yaw Tog by shifting the attention from him to other musicians.
However, the rapper in an interview intimated that he has not backed out from the music scene as presumed by some Ghanaians but he is seriously working behind the scenes for a major comeback.
Well, in a tweet, the rapper shared a simple message with his fans and naysayers on social media, saying he has got nothing to lose even if their assertions about his music happen to be accurate.
See his tweet below;
In other news, prominent Ghanaian rapper, Denning Edem Hotor, well known as Edem has shared his sentiments about the brouhaha between the Ghanaian music industry and the Nigerian music industry.
It would be recalled that Shatta Wale initiated a campaign against the Nigerian music industry for refusing to support Ghanaian talents. He made this statement during his December show at the Accra Sports Stadium.
He lashed out at some top Nigerian musicians over the reluctance in reciprocating the love and support they have received from Ghanaians over the years for reasons better known to them.
Edem in an interview with Zionfelix stated that there is no doubt that Nigerians are far gone globally in terms of music and the only thing Ghanaians would have to do to amass such greatness is by joining them and not chasing them.
He stated that Ghanaian musicians will be able to attain the same level of success as some Nigerian musicians have achieved only if they align, market, and affiliate themselves with top music brands in order to reach that goal.