Yaw_Tog's sore remix wins the hip hop songs of the year
By Myfeed | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 453 views
At the just ended 3music awards, Thorsten Owusu Gyimah, Better known by his stage name, Yaw Tog, managed to grab home the hip hop song of the year award. For an artiste his age, he claims it is a blessing considering the fact that he came into the music industry not long ago.
He says he just woke up an had an an idea to make the remix of his hit song "sore" deciding to feature Ghana's very own Kwesi Arthur. Stormy later called and asked if he could drop a few bars and he agreed.
To everyone's surprise, the song didn't only make a million views on youtube in just three days, but also managed to get some westerners interested in the song. Something that barely happens within the industry.
The young artiste further on thanked his loyal fans and his brother, the "Asakaa boys" for their support through his just begun music career.
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