Ghana rapper EL returns with ‘Red Rum’, a new track detailing tragedy: Listen

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In the spirit of an early Eminem, Ghanaian recording artist EL tells a detailed story about a girlfriend who seemingly dies due to her infidelity and untruthfulness. As the song plays, we are given clues much like in Eminem’s rap diaries about killing Kim (his daughter’s mother). He peels back the layers of the wild account of what happened. Based on his description, the artist is the prime suspect, and if you listen long enough, you will hear how did it. Check out his ode to a now lesser popular style of American Hip-Hop.

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