Okyeame Kwame show serious dance moves in new photo; fans shout

Okyeame Kwame show serious dance moves in new photo; fans shout

-Okyeame Kwame has posted a photo which shows him performing some serious dance moves

-Okyeame Kwame was dressed in a beautiful 'Made in Ghana' apparel and shoes to go with it.

-While in the serious dance pose, Okyeame Kwame asked his fans why African are better dancers than others.

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Veteran Ghanaian Rapper, Okyeame Kwame has displayed some powerful dancing moves in his latest post on social media.

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The photo showed the 'Small Small' hitmaker making some serious leg moves to portray some wild moves.

In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Okyeame Kwame was dressed in a beautiful 'Made in Ghana' apparel and shoes so go with it.

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While in the serious dance pose, Okyeame Kwame asked his fans why Africans are better dancers than others.

"Why do we dance? Why are Africans better dancers than others ?," Okyeame Kwame asked his fans.

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However, his fans who could not hold back their excitement about the photo threw in their comments to support him.

pstonemercy: "Kwame oseikrom is really proud of you!"

williymurphy: "It’s oK"

kingfashen99: "Bra nie"

danielfiamenye: "Higher height"

ganyobi_niiquaye: "Lovely dad"

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Okyeame Kwame had stated that he will love to feature on the remix of Kumawood actress and singer Emelia Brobbey's famous 'Fame Kɔ' song.

Emelia Brobbey's 'Fame Kɔ' single has been criticized by some Ghanaians, who say the song was poorly executed and that the actress-turned singer does not have a good singing voice.

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On social media, Emelia Brobbey was roundly mocked, with some netizens questioning whether it was necessary for her to have released the song.

But Okyeame Kwame said the 'Fame Kɔ' song is not a bad song at all and he will love to join Emelia Brobbey to work on a remix.

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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