Kofi Jamar revealed on the Delay Show how he went from being a pallbearer to a security man and then finally as a celebrated Musician. The Kumerican Rapper’s inspiring story elevates hard work and determination as ingredients of his success as an artist or life in general. After completing Asanteman Senior High School, he joined […]

The originators of the Kumerican Movement is out with their debut single Grrr (the sound of a money counter). Defying the code of fashion, a Facebook user, Kwaku Aboagye, posted a picture of seven young men in winter jackets in a hot afternoon with the caption Kumerica Kumericans….Tafo💯 This eventually went viral after netizens trolled […]

The evolution of the Ghanaian music industry is like a pendulum as cities and for that matter regions over the years battle for supremacy. The Greater Accra Region, over a decade until recent times was the hub of Ghana’s music space as it has produced great and talented artists like; Shatta Wale, R2Bees, Medikal, King […]

‘Ekorso’ hitmaker Kofi Jamar has suggested that introducing ‘Meditation’ into the school curriculum will breed a new wave of thinkers in the system. The ‘Kumerican’ star on his Twitter page expressed that some Ghanaians are addicted to the noise and drama in the industry which is gradually affecting their choice of music and other forms […]

Legendary Hiplife artiste and ‘Yeeko’ hitmaker, Okyeame Kwame born Kwame Nsiah-Apau has revealed to Amansan Krakye on Kastle FM monitored by MyNewsGh.com that his trending drill song wasn’t intended to take the shine off the Kumerican movement artistes. “Well if I say my drill song Yeeko is here to support the Kumerica movement then I […]

Ghanaian-British rapper, Stormzy visited Manhyia Palace in Kumasi this week. The palace is the seat of the Asantehene of Asanteman, as well as his official residence. He was joined by Kwesi Arthur, Yaw Tog, Eddie Kadi, Ko-Jo Cue and members of his team. The visit preceded the shooting of the official video for ‘SORE’ remix. […]

Three persons who claim to be originators of the Kumerican movement have lamented they have on countless occasions been harassed by some police officers on suspicion they are threats to the society. The trio – TonyDath, Kizo Drips and Rapper Ebaadze – say their appearance, has almost always sent wrong signals to the police, causing […]

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