Worlasi Langani, a well-known musician from Ghana, has hinted that he will soon release a music project that helped him find stability and mental clarity.
The.rap.y is a play on the word "therapy" and a hint at the extended play's genre, Hip hop/Rap, as disclosed by the You Saw Me hitmaker on Facebook. "The.rap.y EP is a rap project created in the form of a Therapy Session,” he explained. “It is where I go through the complications and blockages I face with myself during my creative cycle."
The rapper, record producer and singer-songwriter shared a career-saving realization he had while working on the body of work. “I realised each complication was a double-edged sword that could elevate or destroy me as an artiste,” Worlasi stated.
According to him, each animal seen in the album cover represents each topic of discussion during these [therapy] sessions, adding that the topics are song titles as well. He assured fans that he would release the EP's track list later this week, “Let’s begin a journey of true honesty to thyself!!! #Therapy,” the musician and visual artist urged fans.
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