Watch Phrimpong’s video for ‘Fiokor’ featuring Max Wale, Andy Scott and Lino Beezy

Months after releasing his video for his song ‘Shatta Wale’, Phrimpong returns with ‘Fiokor’ featuring fellow Ghanaian artists Max Wale, Andy Scott and Lino Beezy. The record is an incredible Asakaa, or Ghana Drill, song that serves the purpose of most Rap records today: To brag, represent where they’re from, and to warn the opps. I could understand the parts in English, which was enough to pull me in. If Pop Smoke was still alive, I think he would have loved all of this and might have embraced or worked with the young artists. Watch the visual below directed by Humphrey.

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