Spirituality in the Ghanaian music industry has been one thing many people strongly believes while others too detest. Some believe if you are an artist and does not have a strong spiritual backing, you will be brought down immediately you become a hit by other artists who sees you as a threat.
Thorsten Owusu Gyimah born 8 May 2003, popularly known as Yaw Tog is a Ghanaian rapper who majors in drill music, known in Ghana as Asakaa.He is best known for his viral song 'Sore' which featured O`Kenneth, City Boy, Reggie & Jay Bahd and also Kwesi Arthur and Stormzy on the remix. Yaw tog has not been seen recently doing music as his breakthrough year. Many people have said, his music career is dead.
Yaw tog has today come out with an advise for the young and upcoming artists. Yaw tog has asked these upcoming musicians to get a strong spiritual backing if they want to do music in Ghana. He took to his Twitter handle and wrote :
I Feel like advising the young ones wishing to do music in the near future please be strong in the spiritual world too. i got defeated early this year but I’m back again and be beware of fake friends❌ please🙏🏾
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