E.L, also known as Elom Adablah, a Ghanaian rapper, is ready to make a comeback into the music industry. He just uploaded a video montage of his previous music videos, teasing his April 10th return. He formally declared yesterday on April 17th, 2023 that he would be releasing new music soon.
On his social media pages, the award-winning musician released the cover art for his upcoming record as well as a pre-order link. On April 19th, 2023, his new single Chop Life will be published. Before releasing his new song, E.L released a documentary titled Till The Wheels Fall Off. The Frodo Baggins rapper reveals the cause for his music break in the documentary and gives insights into his mental state throughout the absence.
E.L has had a 15-year career and has published multiple successful songs as well as garnered various accolades, including the prestigious "Artist of the Year" title at the 2016 Ghana Music Awards. He is a dynamic and gifted performer who has even shared the stage with iconic American singer Lauryn Hill.
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