Trey La: Ghanaian Musician Who Raps In 8 Languages Releases National Song Titled Oh Ghana
- Trey La, one of the most educated musicians in Ghana has released another banger called Oh Ghana
- The artist whose formal name is Dumenu Charles Selorm has a master's degree and can rap in 8 languages
- His new song speaks to the many political and economic woes that Ghana is currently facing
Dumenu Charles Selorm, a talented fast-rising Ghanaian musician who is able to rap in eight different dialects (a rare quality) has released a banger to address the economic and political challenges facing the country.
Trey La, as his stage name goes, has a Master's Degree in Business Administration in Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (Logistics and Supply Chain Management).
In 2016, he was short-listed with award-winning rapper Okyeame Kwame as two of the most educated Ghanaian rappers of their time.
Trey La named his new song Oh Ghana and it speaks to the realities that Ghanaians experience on a daily basis as well as the prospects that the nation has, which are not translating into enriched livelihoods for the citizens.
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Ike Nzube indicated:
Hard!!! This better go viral!
SKT In Focus mentioned:
Welcome to the land of gold where most people here have not seen gold. The lyrics speaks volumes. Very well put together and well thought . Video on point.
Watch the video below:
When asked about his future plans, Trey told YEN.com.gh:
"I am a constant activist for women's empowerment, as I believe African women have fallen in the social structure and should rise again. I am presently working on an album and a book."
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In a similar publication, Okete Boamah David, a young Ghanaian musician has decided to venture into unchartered territories by using his craft to cause a positive impact in society and not just entertain people.
David, who goes by the stage name Okete, tells YEN.com.gh hails from the Ashanti Region, Mampong to be precise but stays at Sowutuom, where he is pursuing his music career.
According to Okete, he draws inspiration from what happens in his environment, in his life, the lives of people around him, and the like.
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