Rapper, singer and songwriter, Prince Ras Moko has finally hinted on dropping his massive and much-awaited new tune with Ghana's self-acclaimed face of GH rap and GOAT, AY Poyoo and the ‘Maradona’ hitmaker, King Cyrus on November 1st, 2022.
The song is a drill tune dubbed ‘Sika B3ba’ and it talks about how a hustler avoids trouble and keeps to himself by focusing on getting money to make his life more meaningful and enjoyable.
With Ras Moko, AY Poyoo and King Cyrus dropping hard bars and hooks on the song, every lover of good music should anticipate for this banging tune. Ras Moko is based in Tarkwa, the Western part of Ghana and has some wavy tunes like ‘One Corner Help', ‘Police’, ‘Mama Zimbi', amongst many others.
The song will be released on Tuesday, November 1st, 2022 and will be available on all digital streaming platforms. Follow Prince Ras Moko on all social media pages and digital streaming platforms to be the first to listen to ‘Sika B3ba’. Below is the official cover art for the song:
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