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Yaw Tog creates colossal disturbance at Opoku Ware SHS entrance

The energy level of which Ghanaian quick rising Hip Hop star Yaw Tog conveys with him at whatever point he goes is getting more sweltering and energizing as days passes by. 

Subsequent to getting through the music scene with his hit tune 'Sore' in 2020, Yaw Tog appears to affect his companions and the adolescent as a rule. 


As of late, he visited his school Opoku Ware School in Kumasi of which they showed him genuine love. Yaw Tog was seen sending on top of a vehicle with his associate classmates hailing him from beneath for solidifying his spot in the music scene. 


Its no news that the majority of the rapper's 'lifelong' fans are understudies in the different second cycle foundations in the country and that was shown when the rapper pulled up in an auxiliary school in the Ashanti district. 


The rapper and his group were forestalled by the school's security from entering the school yet that didn't prevent the understudies from sticking to the 'Sore' tune whiles the understudies were remaining at the opposite side of the school entryways. 


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Yaw Tog and his administration was as of late cautioned by a mystic to halt from working with Ghanaian top Hiplife/Hip Hop rapper Sarkodie in the event that he needs to go far in his music vocation. 


He claimed that Sarkodie is profoundly solid and is able to do 'washing ceaselessly' the youthful rapper's 'karma' from him for the following five years to his side as he has done to such countless youthful rappers in the music business. 


He expressed that the greater part of the occasions, Sarkodie takes the karma from arising youthful and gifted rappers and adds it to his 'karma' and accidents the vocation of these rappers. 

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