Yaw Tog: Talented Ghanaian Musician Set To Drop New Song Titled 2Whiskey With Medikal & Kweku Flick

Yaw Tog: Talented Ghanaian Musician Set To Drop New Song Titled 2Whiskey With Medikal & Kweku Flick

  • Yaw Tog is set to drop a new song titled 2Whiskey on March 21, 2024, and it has been met with a lot of anticipation on social media
  • The artiste made the announcement on his X page and asked fans to watch out for the song, which features Kweku Flick and Medikal
  • In the comments section of the X post, Ghanaians showed Yaw Tog encouragement and support as they awaited the new single
  • Ameyaw Debrah, while speaking to YEN.com.gh analyses Yaw Tog's journey so far as an artiste and what he has to do to grab the spotlight

Ghanaian rapper Yaw Tog has revealed the release of his new single, 2Whiskey. The song, set to drop on March 21, 2024, features fellow artistes Kweku Flick and Medikal, adding to the anticipation.

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Yaw Tog is set to drop a new song titled 2Whisey, featuring Medikal and Kweku Flick, on March 21, 2024
Yaw Tog, Medikal and Kweku Flick. Photo Source: yaw_tog, amgmedikal
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Yaw Tog, who is popular for his unique blend of drill music and traditional Ghanaian sounds, made the announcement on his X page. The post, which quickly attracted attention, told fans the song was dropping soon.

His collaboration with Kweku Flick and Medikal, both renowned artistes in their own right, makes the song even more worth the wait as fans wonder how the trio would sound together.

The comments on Yaw Tog’s post were filled with positivity. Fans expressed their excitement for the new single, with many predicting it to be a hit. Yaw Tog has had his fair share of struggles within the industry, with many praying for his grand resurgence to the heights he reached in 2021 when he dropped Sore.

Ameya Debrah speaks on Yaw Tog's current influence in the music scene

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Ameyaw Debrah, in a conversation with YEN.com.gh, gave an analysis of Yaw Tog's current standing in terms of influence in the music industry. He was of the opinion that the young chap was not as hot as before. He said:

Yaw Tog came at a point in time when Ghanaian drill music with the Asakaa Boys was at its peak, and he was the darling boy of the nation when he dropped Sore. Personally, I have not seen him evolve, fulfil his potential and grab the spotlight globally. I do not know what exactly is wrong, but it is a matter of finding the right songs to sustain him. The right management and the right connection. But I think he has done well to still keep his name out there.

Ghanaians support Yaw Tog

YEN.com.gh gathered some reactions from social media users.

GOVERNOR715 said:

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I can't wait to turn on my volume to 2000...my landlord go sack me comot tomorrow #2whiskey

KwabenaEric15 said:

Nho be just last week wey u drop #Trap u the goat ampa keep on dropping

captainnat4545 wrote:

WE BELIEVE IN YOU @YAWTOG_

Yaw Tog performs at high school

In another story, Yaw Tog performed at Nsawam SHS SRC Funfair and thrilled students of the school with a stellar performance.

The young Ghanaian rapper performed numerous songs from his catalogue of hits songs, exciting the large crowd of high school kids.

The excited kids sang along to Yaw Tog's tunes, jumping and screaming as the rapper delivered the energy-fueled performance.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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Geraldo Amartey (Entertainment Editor) Geraldo Amartey is an Entertainment Editor at YEN.com.gh. He pursued a degree in linguistics at the University of Ghana and graduated in 2020. He has over three years of experience in journalism. Geraldo's professional career in journalism started at the Ministry Of Information, where she worked as a writer. You can reach out to her at geraldo.amartey@yen.com.gh.

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