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The breakout of the Corona virus pandemic in Ghana brought a new era in the music industry as a group of rappers in the Asante Region, Kumasi (now Kumerica) emerged not only with a new genre of rap but brand and lifestyle.
This group which were identified as the Asakaa Boys with Jay Bahd, YGA O'Kenneth, Reggie Osei, Kawabanga, Kwaku DMC, Cedi City Boy, Sean Lifer, Braa Benk, Thywill amongst others begun this new evolution in the rap scene and Ghanaian's as well as all parts of the world accepted it as a breakthrough in the industry.
Asakaa is a word which means “to speak" in the Akan language and Asakaa generally means speaking. The Asakaa Boys gained recognition after their major hit song “Akatafo)" which featured Jay Bahd, YGA
O'Kenneth, Reggie Osei, Yaw Tog (former member), Kawabanga and Cedi City Boy. Akatafo) was followed by “Condemn" and this two songs has still been making waves both locally and internationally.
Even though many people may not like to accept this fact, the Asakaa Boys has contributed greatly to the Ghanaian music industry even though they have not been in the scene for long and are still showcasing Ghanaian rap music in their own special styles.
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