Flowking Stone Talks About His Music Journey And Why He Decided To Stay Kumasi Instead Of Moving To Accra

Flowking Stone Talks About His Music Journey And Why He Decided To Stay Kumasi Instead Of Moving To Accra

  • Ghanaian rapper Flowking Stone has disclosed he stayed in Kumasi instead of moving to Accra because he wanted to inspire the youth in Kumasi
  • He said that he had always wanted to relocate to Accra, but he decided to stay in Kumasi to prove to the young artistes that you can make it anywhere in Ghana
  • He added that his decision to stay in Kumasi influenced the likes of Yaw Tog, Asakaa Boys, and many other talents in the city

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Ghanaian rapper Flowking Stone said he was supposed to relocate to Accra to continue his musical journey but decided to stay in Kumasi for some selfless reasons.

Flowking Stone talks about why he stayed in Kumasi
Flowking Stone says he decided to stay in Kumasi in order to inspire the youth Photo source: @flowkingstone
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The brother of the 2009 VGMA Artiste Of The Year, Okyeame Kwame said that many artistes ignore the upcoming talents, but he had a place in his heart for them.

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In an article sighted by YEN.com.gh on 3news, Flowking told Andy Dosty on Showtyme that he had wanted to relocate from Kumasi to Accra since 2013 to compete with other rap and music artists who were making it big in Accra.

The "Fire Bon Dem" hitmaker stated that his mentality was to send signals to the youth in Kumasi and other towns that they were not supposed to move to the country's capital before they could make it.

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The rapper who rose to fame after the release of songs Simple and One Gallon with his Bradez music group feels his decision bore fruits. He pointed to the rise of Yaw Tog, the Asaaka Boys and many other young talents who have become international talents as testaments to his sacrifice.

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Young Ghanaian artiste Fotocopy was in tears as he made peace with Kuami Eugene

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh published earlier that young music star Fotocopy was invited to the studios of Okay FM by radio host Abeiku Santana alongside singer Kuami Eugene in a bid to make to settle the tension brewing between the two.

Fotocopy, who is only seven years old, previously stated that he hated Kuami Eugene because the singer did not honour a feature request which did not sit well with many Ghanaians.

As Abeiku discussed the matter, Fotocopy broke down in serious tears, seemingly regretting his earlier statement and apologized to Kuami

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