Ghanaian rapper Kwame Yesu is making waves in the music industry with his latest release, Adwuma. The song, which is his first single of the year, explores the themes of hard work, courage and resilience that are often attributed to young people hustling in the streets of Accra.
Produced by Ghanaian-German based producer Robin Rozay, the drill beat provides a perfect backdrop for Kwame Yesu's powerful lyrics. In the song, he addresses the issue of police harassment and stereotyping, drawing from personal experience when he and his team were stopped and harassed by the police.
Speaking about the inspiration behind the song, Kwame Yesu shared how the incident spurred him to create the melody for the hook and a few rap lines. He later collaborated with Robin Rozay for a recording session to complete the record. Adwuma is a powerful and thought-provoking track that showcases Kwame Yesu's talent as a rapper and his ability to address important social issues through his music. The song has been well received by fans and critics alike, with many praising its message of resilience and perseverance in the face of adversity.
Overall, Adwuma speaks to Kwame Yesu's talent and his commitment to using his music to inspire and empower young people in Ghana and beyond.
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