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Tulenkey graduates from GTUC, says now he’s free to drop more bangers

“Upon all the lyrics u dey write You still go school attachee ?” A fan reacted upon the update Tulenkey made about his graduation.

Tulenkey, born Chief Osei Bonsu, one of Ghana’s fast-rising, promising rappers and songwriters, has revealed the reason he has not been vibrant in the music circles lately. Now that he has bagged the degree at Ghana Technology University College which took him away from music, he is back for good.

The rapper has been in the system for a while. However, a major debut that shot him into the limelight was Sarkodie’s Biibi Ba that featured Lyrical Joe, Yeyo, Amerado, Frequency, O’BKAY, 2 Fyngerz, CJ Biggerman and Kofi Mole.

Since then, he has given fans and lovers of rap music nothing less than masterpieces.

The old student of Adisadel College wears the crown the Heir to The Rap Music in Ghana. They gave him this title after releasing the refix of his hit Child Abuse. The song was actually a cover for Cardi B’s I Like It. Medikal was on that tune, it redefined sexual harassment in the modern-day.

Adding to his credit, Tulenkey also dropped a mixtape in 2018. The EP dubbed 1/1, thus one over one has 10 songs on it. Interestingly, it showcased the rappers versatility and ability to convey his arts through both English and the local dialects.

And currently, the banger he is widely celebrated for, Proud Fvck Boys remix that featured Falz and Ice Prince all from Nigeria I last year, 2020. This original song which is off the 1/1 EP featured Eddie Khae and opened doors for decent endorsements deals from top personalities including Hollywood actor Idris Elba.

Since then, even though he has been around, but not in the mainstream. Now he has promised to get some things cooking. Watch out for Chief Tulenkey!


Story by: S.A.Kingsley.

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