Ghana’s Kofi Jamar enlists Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones for ‘Dangerous’: Stream

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Earlier today, Ghanaian superstar Kofi Jamar released the audio for his collaboration with Kenya’s larger-than-life rapper Khaligraph Jones. On the record, the ‘Ekorso‘ rapper says he is “the voice of the streets”, a “jiggy fella with the swagger”, and that he has a good year every year. And before the song ends, Khaligraph sets the record straight within each line. From saying he wouldn’t sign with a record label unless it comes with a billion dollars to mocking men seemingly on the softer side (“silicon shots”), the arrogant artist warns his enemies to calm down, or he will sleep with their significant others. Ouch! I don’t know what is more jarring, his confidence level regarding being able to have sex with another person’s wife or his overall audacity. Hey, I guess that’s what being competitive in Hip-Hop means.

Stream the record ‘Dangerous’ below.


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