In the latter part of August 2023, Ghanaian rapper Kweku Smoke revealed on his social media platforms, his plans to release new music but in the form of two independent bodies of work.
On 1st September, he released two albums - PLAYMAN and HE'S JUST DIFFERENT, consisting 25 songs combined; 13 on PLAYMAN and 12 on HE JUST DIFFERENT respectively.
The albums feature a dynamic group of songs that showcase Kweku Smoke’s rapping abilities exploring drill and rap-inspired sounds.
The albums feature Fameye, Pure Akan, Kamafo, Reggie, Braa Benk, Kuami Eugene, Oseikrom Sikanii, Blackway, GasgodPee and Joe Trufant, and gives listeners a glimpse into the world of Kweku Smoke, including his lyrical abilities and dexterity.
While the albums highlight Kweku Smoke’s dedication and passion for his craft, it also exposes the need and demand for rap-themed projects, taking into consideration the current music landscape and the reception of the two projects since release.
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