Highlife artist Bosom P-Yung adding to his 2021 musical portfolios has released another tune he calls Nipa Bone. With barely two days of its release, the non-conforming art has sealed the project with a video just today.
As a young man with an old soul, Bosom Pyung has taken Ghanaians by surprise by storming the industry with his hit Ataa Adwoa in 2020. Since then, he has remained glued to his style; old school, classy, fantastic dance moves and signature looks that set him aside from the rest. In fact, people predicted that he would switch over time, we are yet to see that.
The video saw the unique act in a flashy bib-and-brace overall with a bevvy of ladies putting up crazy dance moves on the street. We can’t forget his iconic white spectacle. That’s the P-Yung style.
About a week ago, Bosom P-Yung vented his anger towards colleagues who request verses from others and later on take it off. According to him, they do so just because they love to chase clouts. For that reason, he’s done with giving verses to others.
Aside from the release of Nipa Bone, the Highlife act is also working on Me Nsi So Bio. He has shared a glimpse of what people should expect with a short video amid shots taken from the shooting flooding on his page. The video saw him giving hardcore rapping bars and rhymes. Hopefully, that would also be ready soon.
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