Yaw Tog: Kumerican Rapper's Mother And Little Brother Steal Show At His Time EP Launch

Yaw Tog: Kumerican Rapper's Mother And Little Brother Steal Show At His Time EP Launch

- Kumerican rapper Yaw Tog has held a listening session ahead of his Time EP release

- The listening session saw Tog's mother passing through to support her son

- Mama Tog came with the Sore rapper's little brother who danced and tried to rap his brother's songs

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Kumerican rapper Yaw Tog of Sore fame is set to release an EP titled Time.

Ahead of the release of the EP, the young rapper has held a successful listening session in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.

The EP listening of Yaw Tog turned out to be a very lovely event full of fun with a performance from the young man.

One of the outstanding moments of EP listening was when the rapper's mother who has come to be known as Mama Tog appeared on stage.

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Yaw Tog: Kumerican Rapper's Mother And Little Steals Show At His Time EP Launch (Video)
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In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Yaw Tog's mother who was nicely dressed in black sat beside her son and gave him her fist in greeting while the people around cheered her on.

The rapper's mother was seen holding a handsome-looking little boy who is said to be the brother of Tog.

The little boy danced on his mother's lap and later got down on his feet to do more dancing.

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Yaw Tog's EP comes after a remix of his Sore song made an impressive showing by garnering over one million views on YouTube within four days of its release.

The remix featured UK's sensational singer Stormzy and Ghana's very own award-winning artiste, Kwesi Arthur.

Yaw Tog's name has travelled far and wide within a short period of time following this remarkable YouTube showing.

Speaking about Yaw Tog, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian singer Kofi Jamar had taken a swipe at social media users criticising the likes of Shatta Wale and Sarkodie over Tog’s impressive achievement with his Sore Remix.

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Kofi Jamar took to his Twitter account to ask those criticising the top names in the music industry to take a back seat and show some respect.

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