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Ghanaian rapper Kofi Jamar brings us closer with ‘Ekorso’ visual featuring Yaw TOG and Ypee: Watch

At the end of November, Ghanaian rapper Kofi Jamar enlisted Yaw TOG and Ypee for an outstanding visual for Ekorso. Opening the track, the Bantama, Kumasi-native man show what makes him different. The artists are unique, but it is the collective voices on the hook that make the difference. They assure us they want to get it (or make it out of poverty), the guys do not want any trouble (regardless of how they’re perceived). It is a beautiful thing to see how far American culture travels, in general, but for it to cross the Atlantic and inspire the people where we originate is poetic. Watch the visual as the young men dance and express themselves with multilingual words.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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