A group of youngsters from the Ashanti Region have gradually become the talk of town after their countless and great efforts they're putting in the music industry in Ghana.
Just to mention a few, Yaw Tog, Amerado, Kofi Jamar, Kwaku Flick and Malcolm Muna is without doubt, one of the most talked about musicians in recent times.
Yaw Tog's song 'Sore' top chats to the extent of Top UK based rapper, Stormy flew all the way from UK to come do remix with Yaw Tog which was such a big deal for the youngster.
Well, the good news is, Yaw Tog, Amerado, Kofi Jamar, Kwaku Flick, Malcolm Muna and other top celebrities have been included in Ghana Party in the Park which is scheduled to take place on Saturday, 24th July, 2021.
Akwaaba UK's Live in London Trent Park event over the past few years have been one of the biggest event organized by Ghanaians in the Uk and this year's version, they decided to take it to the next level.
Sarkodie is the Creative Director for Ghana Party in the Park 2021 where he decided to put the youngsters on for them to reach higher heights.
The event was launched yesterday at Sky bar, Villagio where most of the musicians billed to person on the show were presents at the launching.
Yaw Tog and his comrades were sighted by Ghanaian Blogger, King Bygone as they sat on one table having a good time with each other.
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