The new conversation on the block has it that, Yaw Tog is ungrateful and sadly arrogant. Well, top industry players have also inputted their opinions on the matter and none of them really support the young “Sore” lad. All Yaw Tog said in an interview with MzGee was that: inasmuch as he recognizes the fact that Stormzy projected him, there is also a role he played in projecting Stormzy in Ghana too.
Some musicians in abroad are with Ghanaian descend but are basing and reigning in countries abroad . Ghanaians do know of few of them . Buh here are five that you may not know. micheal Ebenezer kwadjo Omari Owuo junior known by his stage name Stormzy is a Ghanaian based uk 🇬🇧 singer, songwriter and a rapper.
In an Up-Close interview on TV3 New Day show on 7 July, 2021 with the VGMG22 HIP HOP song of the year winner Yaw TOG, he stated that he got "Stormzy" popular in Ghana. This was after the the host on TV3 ask what was the magic he did to gain I million streams on YouTube in just 3 days.
Thorsten Owusu Gyimah (born 8 May 2003), better known by his stage name Yaw Tog, is a Ghanaian rapper who specializes in drill music, often known as Asaka in Ghana. He is primarily known for the viral song "Sore," which was remixed by Kwesi Arthur and Stormzy.
Ghanaian young artist Yaw Tog said in his interview this morning that he made stormzy popular in Ghana here whereby the people in Ghana finds it difficult to understand because Stormzy also said same on social media platform that he made Yaw Tog popular. Due to that, Yaw Tog was interviewed on one of the popular TV stations in the country this early morning and he was also questioned about the statement or the post Stormzy made on his social media platform.
Ghana music is on the rise these days. It has gain a lot of attraction the past years. New talents are being discovered each and every day in the music scene. There are a lot of super- talented musicians in the country and we keep discovering them as time goes on.
Young Ghanaian artiste, Yaw Tog, popularly known for his hit song, "Sore" , has been trending on Twitter for a comment he made during an interview with TV3 Ghana that he made Stormzy more popular in Ghana. Yaw Tog mentioned earlier that, the British musician made him popular in the music industry before mentioning that it was a win-win situation for the both of them.
Young Musician Yaw Tog is being dragged in the mud for a comment he made in an interview on Tv3 recently. Yaw Tog is Popularly known in the music industry for his hit banger "SORE" which gained massive reactions from Ghanaians and people around the world, Yaw Tog also made a remix of the song which he featured Ghanaian UK Artiste Stormzy and Kwesi Arthur the song had some good streaming numbers and appeared on world chats and platforms.
Yaw tog is trending Thorsten Owusu Gyimah Staged named Yaw tog His “Sore” single has caused a wave in the Kumerica city in the Ashanti Region and across Ghana After winning the Ghana Vodafone Music Awards (VGMA) hip hop song of the year ,he came out in an interview with Mz G
Ghanaian award-winning singer, Fameye has jumped into the social media arguement as to whether Yaw Tog is the reason why Stormzy came into limelight. According to Fameye, Yaw Tog's song with Stormzy is the reason why Stormzy is widely known so if he is saying he is the one who made him popular, that's a fact, no one can disprove that.
Welcome to my channel. Keep visiting this channel for more updates on Local news, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Motivation, Politics, Celebrity gossips etc. 'I made Stormzy more popular here in Ghana' - Yaw Tog discloses (Video) Vodafone Ghana Music Award winner, Yaw Tog has disclosed on TV3's Newday entertainment show that Stormzy made him popular but then he has also made him more popular here in Ghana because people didn't know stormzy in Ghana.
Yaw Tog's Comments About 'Making Stormzy More Popular In Ghana' are defended by Kojo Cue and others.
Yaw Tog, the winner of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA), has become a Twitter topic of conversation. Yaw Tog is currently embroiled in a dispute following a comment he made during an interview with TV3. Yaw Tog revealed in a tiny portion of the interview that his work with Stormzy made him relevant in the music market and that he, too, made Stormzy "more popular."
The Kumerican rapper and the fast-rising Ghanaian artist , Yaw TOG, who was interviewed by MzGee on TV3 News Day this morning, gave an answer to a question which is causing controversy on social media. He made emphasize on his song ‘Sore’ remix featuring the UK-based Ghanaian rapper Stormzy.
Yaw Tog granted an interview at TV 3 with entertainment broadcaster MzGee. It was a nice time together at the studios of TV 3. MzGee asked him series of questions about his music life, education and what we should expect within the couple of days ahead of us.
Thorsten Owusu who is popularly known in the show biz circle as Yaw Tog has been trending on twitter for hours now. Reason behind his name making rounds on social media is due to a comment he made during an interview on tv. Yaw Tog is a young and fast rising Ghanaian rapper known for the hit song “Sore”.
The drill rapper, Yaw Tog, born Thorsten Owusu Gyimah, has expressed that both he and Stormzy benefited from the deal when he featured the star on his Sore project. Yaw Tog took the Ghana music industry by storm. Before we realized Sore was all over, became the street anthem and what the ‘boys boys vibes with.
We are in a world in which we need each other’s support to move from one stage of richness, popularity, and greatness to another. We are helpers to ourselves, because even if God will bless someone, He does so through man. Yaw Tog is the popular name of Thorsten Owusu Gyimah, a Ghanaian rapper who is famously known for his song “Sore” in which he featured Stormzy and Kwesi Athur.
Fast-rising Ghanaian Rapper Thorsten Owusu Gyimah, known as Yaw Tog has subtly replied his critics with early morning Koko as he happily sips like no one's business. Yaw Tog is currently in hot soups after saying on Live Tv that, He made Stormzy popular in Ghana after their song, 'Sore Remix' hit a million views on Youtube.
Award prevailing rapper Joey B has defended his fellow artiste and younger act Yaw Tog over feedback he made in a TV3 interview. Speaking in an interview with MzGee, Yae Tog stated eventhough Stormzy made his famous withinside the track industry, he has additionally made the British rapper famous in Ghana.
Yaw Tog has been found on the Twitter trend list, for an issue that is gradually turning into a serious argument among Ghanaian music lovers. We all know Yaw Tog released his debut hip hop song titled 'Sore' and had a very good response from almost every music listener who is also into hip hop vibes.