Face Sarkodie and Omar sterling if you think you can revive rap music – Keche tells Pope Skinny

Musical group Keche have clapped back to their colleague and rapper Pope Skinny no know as Asuodengod after declaring he is the only person who can resurrect the “dead” Ghanaian rap music.

Pope Skinny who has been going around from one radio station to another in an attempt to revive his dead or so to say his “dying” musical career and passing some controversial comments with one being that Ghanaian rappers have now turned to singers.

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But reacting to this claims, Keche asked Pope Skinny to first face-off Sarkodie and Omar sterling before thinking of reviving rap music in the country.

“You are expecting too much from your colleagues and you aren’t doing anything yourself. If we are sleeping then he is also doing the same. I can’t talk about someone when I am blaming him for the same thing I am doing. If he thinks he is stronger than Sarkodie, Omar Sterling. I want him to prove it”.

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The group went on to praise Flowking Stone for his ability to stay on after his brother Kunta Kinte fell sick making their Bradez group die off.

“I have heard that song but it doesn’t mean he is the best. The only musician I salute is FlowKing Stone because they started as a duo and we know Kunta’s issue when he stood and did everything on his own and proven to everyone. One song is not enough to make you better than the rest”.

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Qwame is currently a student of the University of Ghana where he is pursuing a degree in Public Administration. He is a delighted Staff at Ghpage gratefully working hard to cause a change in the world. Loves to read, play football, video games, and researching at his spare time.


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