Kenneth Kyeremanteng, also known as Kwame Yogot in the music industry, claims he decided to change his appearance to reflect his new musical style.
Kwame Yogot used his gold-dyed beard as a trademark to sell his brand and release his debut EP, "New King," in 2021. In 2022, he replaced that style with a 'regular' beard (not dyed). Shortly after debuting his new look, he released a new track, "Nobody."
"I did that coloured beard to grab some attention for my EP and direction of an era," he said of his current appearance. But I've had enough of that fad. So I've created a new appearance for the women that is more'soft' than the 'wild' rapper looks I previously wore. I've been writing tunes for the ladies lately. So I'll have to offer that look to them."
He was on "Xpressive" with Jackie and Bliss King to promote his new single "Nobody," which features King Maaga. The song is his first single for the year 2022. It was published in July, along with an official video.
Kwame Yogot burst onto the scene with two features from Yaa Pono and Kuami Eugene. His collaboration with Kuami Eugene earned him two nominations for the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2022: "Best Hiplife Song of the Year" and "Best Collaboration of the Year."
"New King," his debut EP, was released in September 2021. Sky Entertainment, a Ghanaian record label, has signed him.
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