‘I saved rap music from dying in Ghana’ – Medikal
Reigning ‘Best Rapper of the Year’ at the 20th edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Medikal has said he is the rapper who saved Ghanaian rap music from dying.
The “Omo Ada” hitmaker claims comes few weeks after he was adjudged the Best Rapper as well as the Hiplife/Hiphop Artiste of the Year at the 20th edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs).
According to him, he will continue to keep the rap game alive and it is a promise.
“4 years ago I saved Ghanaian Rap music from dying and I promise to keep it alive,” he tweeted
Born Samuel Addo Frimpong, Medikal started his career rapping about primarily the hospital and what goes on
Medikal who started to make music in 2008 stated in his “by heart boy “ song how he used to sell his phone before he could record a song.
He boosted more into the fame light with his relationship statue with Sister Derby.
Being one of Ghana’s fastest rising and youngest hip hop artistes, he has released a couple of hit songs including Confirm, Forever My Love (featuring Bisa Kdei), Confirm Remix (featuring Sarkodie), By Heart Boy, Connect, Too Risky (featuring Sister Derby) and Bless You.