You might have to put your thoughts on hold if you belong to the school that thinks the Kumerica trend will be dying off anytime soon.
The Kumerica trend is one which started with renaming of towns in Kumasi to suit the narratives in the USA, the trend has since then become more popular week after week.
The ability of the trend to stay on the on the trendlist can be attributed to just one thing, which is the flexibility the people behind the trend have adopted.
After the renaming of towns in Kumasi, it was followed like comparing of Kumasi celebrities to Americans, then the issuing of 'passport' and 'visa', the reintroduction of the Asakaa language among others.
And just when everyone thought it was all going to end, Musicians in Kumasi(Kumerica) came through with what everyone least expected, they introduced drill rap, a type of rap music which is very predominant in the States.
The drill movement has since then seen lots of endorsements including international persons like Dr. Based and Michael Blackson.
Samini happens to be the latest to join the trend as he was seen in a recent video jamming to a song by Yaw Tog
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