My Music strength is How I mix Slangs with the Akan language – Ohenentow

Ghanaian born, American base Rapper Ohene Ntow has vowed that his next project will not only make waves in Ghana but will penetrate the African music scene.

In an exclusive interview with Mixtic RomRas, the rapper says mixing Slang with the Akan Language is his music strength and a loophole to use to break widely into the Ghanaian market and the world at large.

“Haven’t found the loophole, with my new project (Album) I’m working on will not only penetrate Ghana but the African music Scene”, Ohene Ntow confidently said.

The rapper who is set to release an Album this year dubbed “Already King” has a lot of surprise packed on his project which he, has promise will conquer Africa through a promotional and tour strategy. His previous album “born prince die King” was able accumulate huge numbers across streaming platforms and make headlines on major platforms in the USA.

Ohene Ntow is not only a rapper but a business man who owns tons of business including a show line named “Ntow” doing so well and competing with notable shoe brands in the world.

The rapper has shown dexterity in performing and has performed on well known platforms in Ghana and beyond. Ohene Ntow has songs like “Fatofom, “Boss”, “Money” “Sugar Banana” among other well relatable songs from his camp with Couple of good features.

Stream his songs below

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