Be spiritually strong or risk being defeated in the music industry
Animations of Thursday, June 30, 2022
Yaw Tog spills the beans on his ‘absence’
The rapper warns young singers
Yaw Tog talks about fake friends in the industry
Ghanaian rapper, Yaw Tog, who burst onto the music scene during the Kumerican wave, has revealed that he faced spiritual attacks that almost pushed him out of active music.
The award-winning rapper who was missing in action for months explained in a tweet that he was nearly defeated by his “enemies” because he was not spiritually fortified.
So he warned up-and-coming musicians to prepare for the spiritual battle in the industry that isn’t usually talked about. Tog added that the attacks left many talented singers “dead”.
He again called on young musicians to beware of fake friends who are always looking for an opportunity to hinder the progress of promising acts.
“I feel like advising young people who want to make music in the near future please be strong in the spirit world too. I was defeated earlier this year but I’m back and beware- you fake friends please,” read his tweet dated June 25.
The ‘Sore’ hitmaker has a number of awards to his name, including VGMA Hip Hop Song of the Year 2021 and Best Discovery at the 4Syte MVAS21 Awards.
Some of his most popular songs include “Fake Ex”, “Sei Mu”, “Azul”, “Mood” and “Y33gye”.
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