DONZY CHAKA Born Elias Ewusi Essel popularly known as Donzy Chaka is a member of the Sarkodie's Rap University movement and the owner of DC Empire record has been doing well in the music scene after he released the hit comic single titled 'Crusade' which featured Kofi Kinaata. Since then, he has been working tirelessly to move mountains with his songs. Months ago, he released another banger which featured Sarkodie and Piesie titled ‘club’ which sounds good to every listening ear and this qualifies him to be part of the future of GH rappers to look out for.
The joyful event brought together friends, family and loved ones as well as celebrities who came to witness this beautiful ceremony and show love to their brother.
Photos from the ceremony captured some few celebrities, like the likes Dcryme, Article Wan, Sarkodie and his manager Angelo, Akuapem Poloo and a few others.
It was all love and joy in these photos which was captured during this memorable occasion which has brought joy to rapper Donzy and his baby mama Jennifer.
Following the feedback from Ghana music lovers in response to the first part of the published blog titled: “Up & coming artistes likely to wear rap crown after Sarkodie – Part 1“. There comes the need to bring to your notice the second part of the hottest emcees who represent the future of Ghanaian Hip life/pop music. Therefore, this piece will again seek to analyze some upcoming hottest emcees aside Medikal, Strongman, TeePhlow and Kofi Kinaata who can take the rap game by surprise after Sarkodie.
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