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My Unmatched Addiction To The Rap Genre

Chris Meets

My Unmatched Addiction To The Rap Genre

As a proud Village Teacher and rap lover, I cannot even go a day or two without listening to that genre and/or publishing news about it on this website!

In fact, I listen to Yaa Pono’s “Supreme Rap” at dawn as my devotional piece, hook unto Criss Waddle’s rap he did on the “King Kong” track in the afternoon and sleep with universal Rap God 2Pac Shakur’s lyrical dexterity in his song “Life Goes On”.

But, after my recent detailed intellectual intercourse with senior blogger Lucas Nluki, I’m tempted to eliminate Yaa Pono and fix in C-Zar.

(Quick Reminder: in my rap dictionary, Criss Waddle is the constant “x” we were whipped to find in our Maths lessons back in school).


In no particular order;

  • Reggie Rockstone is my rap Moses for Ghana
  • Obrafour is my rap Elijah for Ghana

  • Lord Kenya is my GH rap King David [the chosen one after God’s own heart — the only man who chopped someone’s legally wedded wife (Bathsheba), killed her husband (Uriah) and still got protocol to Heaven per God’s unquestionable marking scheme]

  • Sarkodie is my rap Jesus Christ for Ghana!

Who are your favourite rappers?

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C. A. Asante is a teacher (Village Teacher) by profession who has reported on a number of elections in Ghana for Central Press Newspaper. He is known among his peers as a researcher and regular contributor in Education, Politics, etc. Follow : Instagram- @ chris_asante1...Facebook: CA Asante

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