Asakaa Boys: Jay Bahd, O'Kenneth, And Reggie Flaunt Their Expensive Rides

Asakaa Boys: Jay Bahd, O'Kenneth, And Reggie Flaunt Their Expensive Rides

  • The Asakaa Boys continue to enjoy the fruits of their labour as the young sub-genre enjoys a taste of mainstream
  • Three of the genre's top names, Jay Bahd, Okenneth and Reggie, were recently spotted driving expensive cars
  • Fans shared their admiration for the young Kumasi stars as they continue to champion the genre
  • spoke with entertainment analyst Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh about their strides and the genre's success

The Asakaa movement, which took Ghana by storm during the COVID pandemic, has begun to pay off, at least for its topmost stars.

25-year-old Jay Bahd, behind hit Asakaa classics like Condemn and Anadwo, now drives a sleek Range Rover.

In a video sighted by, the Ghanaian drill rappers showcased their fleet as the genre continued to new heights.

Asakaa Boys beef
Jay Bahd, Reggie Osei and O'Kenneth Photo source: X/JayBahd, X/ReggieOsei3, Facebook/YGAOkenneth
Source: Facebook

In the video, Jay Bahd relishes Asakaa's success as his colleagues Okenneth and Reggie arrive to pick him up for a function.

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The two rappers came in their high-end machines: Okenneth in a RAM truck and Reggie in a sleek SUV coupe.

Fans couldn't hide their admiration for the young musicians who continue to shape their success stories after their niche genre went mainstream.

Last year, the Recording Academy acknowledged Asakaa as a unique Ghanaian style of British grime as part of its newly founded Best African Performance category.

The genre's potential remains endless, with songs like Lonely Road off O'kenneth and Xlimkid's Pain In Glory EP attracting top global stars, including Lil Durk.

Speaking to, entertainment analyst Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh, who was one of Asakaa's early trumpeters, said

It’s been a great run for Asakaa, and definitely, the genre has paid off. They are doing great on the DSPs and had a successful tour last year, which I hope they replicate this year at bigger venues. The Asakaa genre has always been diverse, so the future is immense. A perfect case study of how the sound keeps evolving is Beeztrap KOTM. It shows that the sound has moved from just trap music to adding elements of Hip-Hop.

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Jay Bahd angry at fan who almost wrecked his Range Rover

Earlier, reported that Jay Bahd was spotted trying to drive off speedily to avoid his die-hard fans.

Jay Bahd, who was not willing to give the staunch fan his phone number, tried driving off while shouting at the man to let go of the car door so he could drive off.

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Peter Ansah (Entertainment Editor) Ansah Peter is an entertainment editor at He studied Development Planning at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, graduating in 2018. His professional career in entertainment journalism dates eight years back as a showbiz and arts blogger for the now-defunct, continuing to Muse Media Networks, acting as the editorial manager for the network's flagship multimedia platforms. He has also managed several PR roles with top clients, including Afro Nation Ghana and Morgan Heritage. You can reach him at