Who Is Yaw Tog?
Envision being a secondary school understudy and being credited with being the essence of a growing sub-kind of music. That is the situation of Yaw Tog, an understudy of Opoku Ware Senior High in Kumasi whose drill rap track "Sore" is making wireless transmissions and making the Kumasi drill scene more standard.
Yaw Tog genuine name Thorsten Owusu is a quick rising Ghanaian drill melodic sensation from Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. He is set apart as a crucial commitment to the arising drill scene what began in Ghana's Ashanti local capital of Kumasi.
Yaw Tog is nineteen years of age (19).
He is a last year understudy of Opoku Ware Senior High considering General Arts.
Yaw Tog is tasting distinction interestingly with his single "Sore" (signifying 'ascend'), which beat the Apple Music, Audio mark, and Boom play graphs upon discharge. Awakening to see the track he recorded with his companions in their home studio turn into a web sensation on Twitter, and afterward on Instagram, was in excess of a little glimpse of heaven. "I realize I was unable to have done this without my siblings," he says. "We as a whole work together, and we as a whole push our sound together.
"Sore" was delivered as a solitary on September 3, 2020, including other youthful rappers, for example, O 'Kenneth, City Boy, Reggie, and Jay Bahd who are for the most part secondary school understudies as well.
On September eighteenth, a video of the tune shot in the city and coordinated by ''Koopoku'' Studios was transferred to YouTube. Not long after, the video started to acquire foothold on miniature writing for a blog website, Twitter.
Following the destruction of Pop Smoke, one of the greatest drill stars over the most recent few years, there has been a flood in the quantity of specialists across the world taking a stab at the sub-sort. "Sore" is one more evidence of fondness for the rap subgenre brought into the world in Chicago and detonated outside the States, beginning in the United Kingdom," says Billboard Italia in the component distributed on the youthful 'Kumerican'.
The Ghanaian rap scene has been set on fire by the unexpected ubiquity of Kumasi drill music. The African music scene is known to be flexible, differed, and diverse and has given the world astounding blessings like afrobeat, afro trap, hip-life, and greetings life.
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