Thorsten Owusu Gyimah (conceived 8 May 2003), better referred to by his stage as Yaw Tog, is a Ghanaian rapper who works in drill music, regularly known as Asakaa in Ghana. He's most popular for the remix of his viral melody "Sore," which included Kwesi Arthur and Stormzy.
Thorsten Owusu Gyimah, a local of Santasi in Kumasi and an understudy at Opoku Ware Senior Secondary School, was brought into the world on May 8, 2003. Yaw Tog (YT) shares a home with his mom and sisters. He got inspired by music while still in school, and in a brief time frame, he delivered his breakout tune SORE, which highlighted the Asakaa Boys, a Kumasi-based gathering.
Yaw Tog went mainstream at 17 years old with his single 'Sore,' which means 'rise,' including teammates O'Kenneth, City Boy, Reggie, and Jay Bahd, during the time of worldwide unmistakable quality of drill music following the passing of Pop Smoke. For quite a long time, the tune was at the highest point of the Apple Music Ghana Top 100 outline. His advancement procured him a co-consent to arrangement with Stormzy, and the two worked together with Kwesi Arthur.
Following the gigantic achievement of the SORE melody, Yaw Tog was not, at this point seen spending time with the Asakaa Boys, prompting theory among fans that something had turned out badly. Reports immediately spread on the web that the gathering and Yaw were in conflict. The shortfall of OKenneth, City Boy, Reggie Osei, and Jay Bahd from the Sore Remix filled the talk. Yaw Tog fought back by shaking to new music.
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