Meet the policeman man who may soon be crowned the king of rap in Ghana

Meet the policeman man who may soon be crowned the king of rap in Ghana

Ghana’s music industry has had its share of talented people who have raised the standards every time they released a song.

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DSP Kofi Sarpong

DSP Kofi Sarpong is reported to be Ghana's first police officer to venture into music as a profession

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The rising stars continue to look up to such people, and in that respect, have fine-tuned their art over the years.

For a professional in one field of endeavour to suddenly branch out to try something new in another area has also become a growing phenomenon.

Various people in the security services, for example, may therefore feel the urge to utilize their talents in a myriad of ways when the opportunity presents itself, and the decision either move on in the new direction or stay in one’s comfort zone may make all the difference.

YEN.com.gh is in possession of video obtained from celebrity blogger Ameyaw Debrah's Instagram page, which shows a policeman who decided to try his hands at rap music.

Throwing caution to the wind, and oblivious of the possible reaction of his superiors to his actions, he went all out to give a rap performance to the admiration of those present.

Another officer, DSP Kofi Sarpong, is reported to have been the first officer to branch out into music. He has so far released two albums, ‘My Saviour’ and ‘Sacrifice’.

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