Kwame Yogot is enjoying his hard earned stardom after several years as an underground artist. The 27 year old rapper has become an national sensation following his banger "biribi besi",featuring Kuami Eugene. The song has made inroads to the length and breadth of Ghana and seems to be one of the most popular songs currently. In a footage he posted on his page, Kwame Yogot was spotted getting a wild welcome from some shop attendants and some fans in the central region, as he entered a store. The fans tuned to his biibi besi song as they enjoyed the moment with the rapper. Catch a glimpse of the video with this facebook link.
Kwame Yogot, whose real name is Kenneth Kyermanteng is currently on a radio tour to herald his brand and his new song "Oh Ah". Yogot who hails from Assin Bereku started his music adventure back in 2008 in senior high school, where he enjoyed some stardom for his rap skills. Upon completion, he tried every means possible to get to the limelight including an appearance on popular rap program "kasahare" and a feature with Castro, however he struggled to hit the ground running and it took him a decade to finally breakthrough.
The rapper is signed to Sky Entertainment recod label and currently has over 90k followers on Facebook. His "Biribi besi" song with Kuame Eugene has received 1.7M views on YouTube while his latest song, "Oh Ah" is hovering around 88k at the moment. Yogot has assured his fans to expect more from him as he got lot of amazing craft in the pipeline
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