Well, funnily, he has been dragged through the mud for saying that. And with that jab, he replied “I pray my mates bring the Grammys home! a proud Ghanaian at that moment.”
Apparently, Ghanaians didn’t buy his bragging right over the introduction of dreadlocks in the rap game while Obrafuor and other pacesetters are around. Besides, the father of rap in Ghana, Reggie Rockstone hasn’t even bragged about wearing locs and rapping way back in the 90s. The likes of Obuor and Kwaw Kese all stepped into the game with dreadlocks. So, his argument was flawed. It was obvious that Kofi Mole just wanted to set trends on Twitter. Some also said that Kofi Mole is just imitating Soulja Boy with how he made waves with his dreadlock’s brouhaha.
However, he might be right if he is talking about the current breed of rappers and not the days of the godfathers. Kofi Mole, born Edward Kofi Agyemang is has a special niche in the industry with his style of rap. He was awarded the Next Rated Act at the 2019 3Music Awards which was held in Accra.
As of now, the Afrobeats and Hip hop artiste has four albums to his credit, including the Aposor Love EP though.
In 2019 alone, he dropped The Plug in addition to the EP. Then in 2020 came Mole Mondays.However, his debut album,Spread The News dropped in 2017.
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