Fast-rising rapper Medikal, real name Samuel Adu Frimpong, has warned Ghanaians not to compare him with any other rapper in Ghana.
According to Medikal, people should not make a mistake of comparing him to other rappers in Ghana.
Medikal noted that other Ghanaian rappers do not talk about any lifestyle; something he talks about in his music.
In a video that was circulating on social media, the 'Omo Ada' hitmaker jabbed fellow rappers in the industry.
"I am not trying to brag but please don't try to compare me to any rapper in Ghana," Medikal said in the video.
"They don't talk about any lifestyle. They are not on that level with me," Medikal added as he slammed fellow rappers.
YEN.com.gh cannot tell if Medikal has any feud with his fellow rappers but it seems he is furious about some comparison that was made.
Medikal further revealed that when he is rapping, he does not rap about being the best rapper, instead he raps about his lifestyle.
"If I am preaching you, I don't preach that I am a good rapper. I preach about my lifestyle and I implement it with the rap elements," he said.
In a further jab to fellow rappers, Medikal claimed that the favorite rappers of some Ghanaians do not make songs like him.
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"Your favorite rapper doesn't have a lifestyle, he doesn't have money more than me or like me," he stressed.
The 'Wrowroho' hitmaker went on to say that he was not trying to brag but rather motivate others through his rap.
In giving reason for why he should not be compared to other rappers, Medikal noted that they don't have the lifestyle of a rapper.
Even though YEN.com.gh cannot say if Medikal was referring to a particular rapper, he is currently regarded as one of the top rappers in Ghana.
Medikal lost out on all awards even though he had seven nominations in the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards in 2017.
This year, Medikal has four nominations in the VGMA '19 and he is being tipped to win Rapper of the Year.
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