Home News My rap is the best, others learn from me – King Pharaoh...

My rap is the best, others learn from me – King Pharaoh of Akatakyie

27
SHARE
Custom Text

King Pharaoh of hiplife duo Akatakyie fame says his rap is undoubtedly the best in the Ghanaian music industry.

After 17 years of Ghanaians flowing to some of his famous lines including ‘Odo Asisi Me’, the rapper says artistes in the business today learn from him.

Ebenezer Kwasi Okyere Asumaning, popularly known as King Pharaoh made this known when he, together with the second member of the group, Prince Kwabena Budu Asumaning (Kobby Culture), granted an interview to JoyNews’ Becky.

Asked if he has plans of changing his style of rap, he was swift to respond, “I never want to change anything about the way I rap. For over 15 years in the music industry, I can confidently say that my rap is the best so far and everybody who is engaged in the rap business picks lessons from my raps.” The Akatakyie group, they said, is still relevant after close to two decades in the industry as their songs mostly laced with rap, still make a lot of sense, unlike other rappers.

They added that though some of their fans feel the group Akatekyie is defunct, they are working on an album which will be released soon.

They promised to release two new singles ‘Only Baba’ and ‘Ashawo’ on their forthcoming album intended to revive the hip life genre.

Comments

comments

SHARE
Previous articleShatta Wale brags with his YouTube Views
Next articleSarkodie showers praises on Zylofon media
Mawuena Emmanuel is a Tech entrepreneur and a student. Mawuena is the founder of Violetfirms, LLC (violetfirms.com) and 2 other most promising startups. Am also a blogger and a contributor. He is also the Head of IT for Aim Higher Africa owned by Peace Hyde. He is currently the social media strategist for Akwaaba UK. And the Webmaster for Dj Mensah( djmensahonline.com). Am also a software developer which got me nominated for the student software developer of year which I won at the Ghana Tertiary Awards last year.