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The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of 2hype gang, showboy has revealed that his willingness to work with budding Ghanaian Rapper, Yaw Tog didn't see the light of the day. Showboy to Sammy Flex on Zylofon FM that he wanted to sign Yaw Tog before he released his 'Sore' song.
With a keen interest to sign the young musician who gained prominence through the Kumerica Movement, showboy disclose that a message was conveyed to him about Yaw Tog's unreadiness to work with him. According to him, he respected Yaw Tog's decision to continue with that he has started because he sees it to be good for showbiz.
Yaw Tog is a hip hop artist from Ghana. He is best known for his 2020 single 'Sore', which features colleagues O'kenneth, City Boy, Reggie and Jay Bahd. That is the case of Yaw Tog, a student of Opoku Ware Senior High School in Kumasi whose drill rap track "sore" is making airwaves. The song peaked at number 1 on the Apple Music Ghana Top 100 Chart.
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