Yaw Tog's profound fights stand out from the music maker and singer, Morris Babyface. A couple of days prior, the youthful Ghanaian rapper uncovered that he had been gone after in a genuine way. "I want to exhort the youthful ones wishing to do music sooner rather than later to kindly be solid in the profound world as well."
A young SHS leaver musician who popped up in Ghana music industry with hit songs has been off the scene for the past six months without the notice of followers. We thought he was preparing multiple hit songs again but that was not the case rather he was facing some spiritual battles which was the cause of his recent off scene.
Be Strong In The Spiritual World; I Got Defeated - Yaw Tog Finally Tells How He Vanished So Quickly.
Young Ghanaian rapper Yaw Tog has finally spoken about how he has Vanished so quickly from the music scene. He further advised upcoming musicians to be strong in the spiritual world because he ( Yaw Tog) got Defeated early this year. With prayers, he has bounced back ( Although we're yet to hear his song again after his YEBESORE hit).
Thorsten Owusu Gyimah, popularly known as Yaw Tog, is a Ghanaian rapper who majors in drill music, known in Ghana as Asakaa. He is best known for his viral song 'Sore' which featured O`Kenneth, City Boy, Reggie & Jay Bahd and also Kwesi Arthur and Stormzy on the remix.
He uncovered that there's significantly more going on than might be immediately obvious and just an otherworldly fortress can promise one's long presence in the music scene. The SHS graduate rapper who acquired incidental acclaim with his "Sore" melody spread the word about this while discussing his loss recently.
Ghanaian Artist, Yaw Tog who is a rapper and songwriter rose to fame after releasing his debut song, Sore in September 2020. The song went viral on the internet as many music lovers streamed it. It topped Apple Music Chart Ghana for several weeks. The remix of the song featured a collaboration UK artist Stormzy and Kwesi Arthur.
Welcome to my page for yet another time. Yaw Tog has appreciated the warm gestures of the people of Germany during his tour in the country and I would like to share the details with you. Yaw Tog is a young Ghanaian rapper who hails from the Ashanti region.
Ghanaian rapper, Thorsten Owusu Gyimah, popularly known as Yaw Tog has advised up and coming musicians to be strong in the spiritual world. The 'Sore' hitmaker in a post shared on Twitter also revealed the reason why he has not been heard for sometime now. According to Yaw Tog, the young ones wishing to do music in the near future should be strong in the spiritual world too.
Yaw Tog's otherworldly fights stand out enough to be noticed by music maker and vocalist, Morris Babyface. A couple of days prior, the youthful Ghanaian rapper revealed that he had been gone after in a profound way. "I feel like exhorting the youthful ones wishing to do music soon, if it's not too much trouble, to find areas of strength in the otherworldly world as well."
Ghanaian hip-hop artists Thorsten Owusu Gyimah, popularly known as Yaw Tog, who majors in drill music, known in Ghana as Asakaa. He is best known for his viral song 'Sore' which featured O`Kenneth, City Boy, Reggie & Jay Bahd and also Kwesi Arthur and UK rapper, Stormzy on the remix, has been out of the music scene for a while now after picking up a couple of awards last year at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
Ghanaian sensational musician Yaw Tog has given a gist of his return to the music scene after being away for quite some time now. Yaw Tog came to the Ghanaian entertainment world somewhere around 2021 when the country was all turned on with a new invasion termed as "Kumerica", Where everyone was looking on and talking about the capital of the Asante region Kumasi.
YouTube is a renowned channel for trading quality creative content . There are many musicians on YouTube and some make as much as 60,000ghs per month. I took some time off my busy schedule to check the content and volume of subscribers of our Ghanaian musicians and it is amazing that for a country with 30million people, some new musicians had clocked more than 100,000 subscribers on YouTube.
According to a video sighted by MartinezTV on the social media has spotted a lady who was seen dirtying a Ghanaian sensational rapper, Yaw Tog for allegedly recording her 'private' part and sharing on the social media. According to the lady called, Naa Lambo there were having a live snap but did not know how the Ghanaian rapper, record her and has begun investigating her.
Yaw Tog was first among the Asakaa boys in Kumerica, who recently released Condem. He then get his own manager, due to that he then started doing his own music with new artist (Kwaku Darlington), call on him for featuring. Yaw Tog's fake ex, this song was released when he was in school before he even started writing his papers, just after completing school he also released his official video of his song fake ex.
The West African Examinations Council has released the results for all senior high school students who completed this year. A lot of students have checked their results yet are calling for the "Sei mu" and "Sore" hit maker Yaw Tog to post his results. The likes of Black Sherif, etc were not pressured like this when WAEC released exams results back then.
As human beings, we have what we like and dislike. We strive to improve ourselves in places we find ourselves lacking. And these behaviours more or less creates competition between us intentionally or unintentionally. For example, in School, if someone scores higher marks than you, you may decide to study hard to overtake that person in the next test.
Here are 4 Ghanaian celebrities who rose to fame in 2021. 1. Yaw Tog. Yaw Tog is a young Ghanaian hiplife and hip-hop musician. He completed senior high school this year. Yaw Tog rose to fame when his song, 'Sore', became a hit song in the country and some parts of the world.
Spirituality in the Ghanaian music industry has been one thing many people strongly believes while others too detest. Some believe if you are an artist and does not have a strong spiritual backing, you will be brought down immediately you become a hit by other artists who sees you as a threat.
I don't really know but coming back will be crazy. Yaw Tog posted on his Facebook handle indicating that is coming back will be crazy. Yaw Tog who is known in real life as Thosten OwusuGyimah, rosed into fame in 2020 with his single 'sore'.
Critics have been warned that Yaw Tog's comeback to the music industry will be "wild." He announced the news on his Twitter page, assuring followers that he would be back. On social media, the statement of the young Kumerica drill rapper has elicited conflicting emotions.