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Yaw Tog’s Comment About Stormzy’s Popularity Is Harmless – Entertainment Pundit (Watch Video)

Written by Oko Lamptey on . Posted in .

Young Ghanaian musician Thorsten Owusu Gyimah famed as Yaw Tog, has said that he has played a huge role in making UK artiste Stormzy very popular in Ghana.

While speaking in an interview with MzGee on popular TV station TV3, Yaw Tog blew his own trumpet and said he has made Stormzy quite popular in Ghana.

According to the Sore hitmaker, Stormzy was not known by many Ghanaians up until the time he flew down into the country to record the Sore Remix with him.

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Tog although admitted that Stormzy played a huge role in launching his music career but was quick to add that the UK-based artiste also benefitted greatly from the link-up.

The burgeoning artiste implied that even though Stormzy had fans in the country, the Sore remix gave him even more mileage.

This comment, according to Prince Opoku, an entertainment enthusiast, is very harmless because of the caveat in the Sore crooner’s statement.

Prince Opoku started explicitly that Tog said he and Stormzy worked magic on their brands and pushed each other to the fore.

Mr Opoku made the assertion that someone in Assin Fosu might not have heard of Stormzy before but for the Sore Remix, he could also talk about the UK-based musician.

Yaw Tog shot to the limelight with his Sore song but he even became more popular after Stormzy came down to Ghana and worked on a remix to the song alongside Kwesi Arthur.

The Sore Remix hit the ground running and in a space of just 3 days, had garnered over 1 million views on YouTube.

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This was considered a big deal and a huge record in the country as not many musicians had been able to accomplish such a feat.

Yaw Tog’s Sore picked up the Hip Hop Song of the Year at the just-ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

Oko Lamptey

Oko Lamptey

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