Music is not just about singing anything that comes to mind, it requires following a set of patterns and also, constant practice to bring something meaningful out to the general public. One of the places where people can be taught about the perfect steps to help bring out the best in their music career is the school.
Courses like "music" are taught in many schools all over the country and these courses have helped sharpened the lyrical dexterity of most people. This article is going to narrow it down to the various senior high schools and colleges which enrolled some rappers in the country. One may say these musicians probably never got introduced to a music teacher in their senior high schools but, I want to make it clear that it still doesn't make any difference.
Listening to the various interviews of these rappers, you understand that most of them got the motivation to produce music while in secondary school. That is where some of them got inspired taking into consideration the struggles they had to go through.
We are still in the zone of academia kind courtesy the ongoing NSMQ in Kumasi. For this reason, I decided to link music to schooling. Let's do justice to the senior high schools of your favorite musicians.
"The highest" attended Tema Methodist Day Senior High School
2. Black Sheriff
The boss of the "sad boys" attended Kumasi Academy.
3. Strongman Burner
Maybe it is time we thanked T.I Ahmadiyya Senior High School in Kumasi for imparting this man with so much intelligence.
4. AMG Medikal
Odorgonno Senior High School did Ghanaians good by contributing to the success story of El Chairmano.
5. Amerado Burner
The custodian of "Yeete nsem" attended KNUST Senior High School.
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