Yaw Tog: 18-year-old Ghanaian Rapper Announced Africa Rising Artiste by Apple Music

Yaw Tog: 18-year-old Ghanaian Rapper Announced Africa Rising Artiste by Apple Music

- Fast-rising Ghanaian musician, Yaw Tog, has been named the latest Africa Rising Artiste by Apple Music

- Yaw Tog made this known on his verified Instagram handle with over 170k subscribers on May 7, 2021

- Thousands of people have been reacting massively to the news, which is only one of the successes Yaw Tog has chalked in recent times

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Apple Music has selected 18-year-old Ghanaian rapper Thorsten Owusu Gyimah, popularly known as Yaw Tog, as the latest Africa Rising Artist.

Yaw Tog made this announcement in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his verified Instagram handle that saw several thousands of people reacting massively.

This becomes another remarkable achievement chalked by the youngster who has been breaking boundaries set by legendary musicians from different parts of Ghana.

See the Instagram post below:

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The fast-rising Ghanaian artist got over one million views following the release of his latest freestyle which he released a few days ago and decided to title it, "Me".

The song saw Tog bragging about his collaboration with Ghanaian-British star, Stormzy and garnering 1 million Youtube views in just three days.

"Who got on Billboard last year and got a mili in three days ... do you got hit songs like me? Stormzy came in for who? And who is that black boy winning?" Tog was heard rapping.

Yaw Tog: 17-year-old Ghanaian Rapper Announced Africa Rising Artist by Apple Music
Yaw Tog: 17-year-old Ghanaian Rapper Announced Africa Rising Artist by Apple Music Credit: @yawtog
Source: Instagram

In another interesting report, Gloria Borlabi, a brilliant Ghanaian lady came out as a valedictorian for the Bachelor of Arts Programme in 2020 at the University of Ghana.

According to a report by edwardasare.com, Gloria initially desired to study law but was denied admission into the Law School for missing the cut-off point by one mark.

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She, therefore, decided to study Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Information Studies and Russian and won multiple awards for her academic work.

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