Ghanaian journalist and show host, Sammy Flex has expressed that fast-rising comic rapper Kwame Yogot is dirtier and rawer than the veteran Yaa Pono. His expression followed the rappers’ current freestyle that he shared on social media.
He believes that this amazing lyrically styled prowess of the rapper would also be his doom. Thus, some of the words, especially in this era where Inspector-General of Police, Mr George Akuffo-Dampare is ‘damparising’ celebrities upon the least offence. That’s good for restoring sanity in the country after all.
“If you ever thought @ponobiom was “dirty and raw” in his lyrics, then just take a minute and pay attention to this chap called @kwameyogotmusic and you will know his problem will be bigger and better at the same time 🤣🤣🤣🤣… in fact, check this one out!!!”
In fact, if we have to relate Kwame Yogot’s music to a person, we will say the person lacks courtesy. He doesn’t know how to say excuse. The Bibi Besi hitmaker spits the bars as he flows without any remorse. Outspoken as he is, his lyrics are not in any form conveyed with decorum. Interestingly, if you don’t have those nerves too you can sing his song in public. Meanwhile, they’re just amazing pieces of art. Others in the rap game use proverbs and other figurative languages to portray erogenous content. Perhaps, Yogot’s sub-genred comic category compels him to be raw and dirty.
Check out the one that ‘floored’ Sammy Flex below.
Apart from the journalist, legendary rapper Reggie Rockstone has commended Kwame Yogot too.
The comic rapper has been in the industry for quite a long time. However, featuring Kuami Eugene for his hit Bibi Besi exposed him to a wider audience. Since then, the fame he earned has been the vehicle conveying and making it trend all the amazing tunes and freestyles his camp has to offer.