Kumerican song would have been popular if we were featured - New music group Westside Gang claims

Kumerican song would have been popular if we were featured - New music group Westside Gang claims

- WestSide Gang, a new music group from Takoradi, has said that a verse from them would have caused the Kumerica song to go viral

- According to them, they have the most desired and expensive dialect that folks in the Ashanti Region love, and that is the Tadi Fante

- The group made up of Minizta, Evidens, Captain Blaces and Trigger believes that their dialect alone would have added great spice to the Kumerican song

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An upcoming Ghanaian music group, WestSide Gang from Takoradi, has said that a verse from it would have changed the 'destiny' of the Kumerican song that was released recently.

Information obtained by YEN.com.gh from the camp of the group indicates that the group believes their dialect alone would have caused the Kumerica song to go viral.

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According to them, Takoradi Fante is the most expensive dialect musicians from the Ashanti Region always craves for and they have it in its full measure.

Kumerica song would have been popular if we were featured - New music group Westside Gang claims

Kumerica song would have been popular if we were featured - New music group Westside Gang claims Source: Facebook, Sadick Assah
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'Kumerica' is a concept originally invented by the people of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region to portray the idea that Kumasi is a version of America.

The name was inspired by the lavish lifestyle of Americans and has surprisingly become a house hold name in Ghana, following which the Kumerican song was released.

Westside Gang, the talented music group from Takoradi in the Western Region comprising Minizta, Evidens, Captain Blaces and Trigger are maiden signee artistes on TC-Clique music.

In other news, a popular Ghanaian blogger identified on Facebook as Lucas Nluki has written an open letter for former hiplife artiste, Yaw Siki, who is now a pastor.

According to Lucas, Yaw is a talented rapper and if he wanted to make a switch, he should have become a gospel rapper instead of trying to forcibly work as a 'man of God'.

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"Everybody has a choice to walk on so that might be his choice but I don’t think that’s the choice God expected him to follow. It will take time but he will realize it soon and drop a gospel rap album and if he doesn’t, well it will just be another sad story to be told in another new Bible somewhere waiting for us," he said.

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