- Media personality, Nana Aba Anamoah, has named her best two rappers
- She mentioned Edem and Gasmilla as the ones she loves aside from her ‘god’ Sarkodie
- Nana Aba says any Ghanaian who does not love and admire Sarkodie has a problem
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The acting manager of GHOne TV, Nana Aba Anamoah, has listed her two best Ghanaian rappers aside from her ‘god’ Sarkodie.
She was speaking in an interview with Angel FM in a video sighed by YEN.com.gh.
Nana Aba mentioned Edem and Gasmilla as her favourites rappers besides Sarkodie. The two musicians are known to rapper fluently in the Ewe and Ga languages, respectively.
She said Gasmilla’s Telemo song is a massive hit for her that she cannot resist shaking her body anytime that song is being played.
In Ghana, one cannot mention top rappers and leave out the likes of Medikal, Eno Barony, D-Black, Kwesi Arthur, and others. However, Nana Aba has a completely different taste altogether.
Speaking about Sarkodie, Nana Aba said she does not only love him because he is a good musician but rather, everything about Sarkodie – his personality, his music, his whole being – makes her love him so much.
Meanwhile, this is not the first time Nana Aba is professing love for Sarkodie.
She has always praised him highly and even jumped onto the state while Sarkodie was performing..
Some time ago, it was widely reported that Sarkodie had made her his public relations officer. However, the two are yet to comment on whether this is true or not.
Nana Aba has been in the news recently following a remarkable thing she did by turning a street hawker she met into a journalist.
In that report by YEN.com.gh, we detailed how she met the young man, Ebetoda, on the street and from the conversation they had, resolved to enroll him in journalism school.
Her intervention really touched the hearts of Ghanaians and they praised her for it.
Nana Aba is also known to be the one behind Serwaa Amihere’s success as one of Ghana’s top journalists.
She once told how she met a “slay queen” Serwaa and turned her into the person she is today.
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