Meet Tamale's rapper Maccasio who's making history in the North

Meet Tamale's rapper Maccasio who's making history in the North

- Sherif Abdul Majeed, also known as Maccasio from the Nothern Region is revolutionizing music historically in the region

- The talented rapper who's regarded the biggest in the North launched a recent album with 14 songs named 'Zero 2 Hero'

- YEN.com.gh made a compilation of some huge awards won by the young rapper

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Tamale-based award-winning rapper Sherif Abdul Majeed, also known as Maccasio is making history in the Northern Region with numerous exploits.

Pulse.com.gh reports that Maccasio who started his career in a vibrant mode has kept his consistency, making giant feats every now and then in Northern Ghana.

On January 4, 2020, the great rapper heated the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium in the Northern capital to exhibit what he is made of.

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Many argue that the spirit with which he started 2020 on that big day coupled with his massive performance, cements him as the biggest rapper of all time in Tamale.

With support from a few Tamale stars, Maccasio delivered a raw version of his fourth studio album, titled 'Zero 2 Hero'.

The album which contains 14 songs comes with prominent features from top Ghanaian rappers including 2019 VGMA “Rapper of the Year” winner Medikal and NKZ Music label owner Guru.

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Below is a list of some awards won by Maccasio:

1. In 2018, he won the “Breakout Act of The Year” at 3Music Awards 2018

2. “Most Promising Artiste” at Ghana Music Awards, SA.

3. He was nominated for the “Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year” at VGMA 2019

4. “Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year” award at 2019 Ghana Music Awards UK which was held in London.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian writer and art historian, Nana Ofosuaa Oforiatta Ayim, has been appointed by the University of Oxford to the Advisory Council of the University’s Cultural Programme.

According to Dailymailgh.com, Nana Ofosuaa Oforiatta Ayim's role of the Advisory Council will be to advise, guide and inform and to bring external perspectives from across the spectrum of culture.

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Source: Yen

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