Ghanaian rapper and grandpapa of the hiplife genre, Reggie Rockstone known in real life as Reginald Yaw Asante Osei, has urged Voltarians to support their own Chief One just as the Northerners did to Fancy Gadam from the Northern region of Ghana.
The Rockz Waakye boss in a recent interview with one of Volta’s top radio stations, Swizz FM with DJ Flexal revealed that chief One must be supported not because he is from Volta but because he is a Ghanaian musician doing great music. He also entreated other Volta artists to step up their game.
Watch “Du Agbe” Video by Chief One: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=noe2yfR3h5E
It could be recalled that Despite being an all-Ewe song about how witches and bad things should come and go, Chief One’s Noyavi was published on December 1st and has acquired national notoriety.
The song, however, attracted the attention of the hiplife grandpapa after reaching the majority of Ghanaians via Elorm Beenie, prompting him to publish a video of Chief One performing a freestyle of the song on his Facebook page with a gripping comment.
The fast-rising new Ghanaian artiste receiving all the mileage has outlived himself among his counterparts. In recent times, dropping an entire body of work as a buzzing act is a major deal – an underscoring feat that defines how promising a new talent is in pushing their craft beyond their jurisdiction.
Listen to the interview here on Youtube:
Ghana’s new sensation, Chief One burst onto the scene in January 2022 through the power of social media with dozens of endorsements from Grammys-winning/nominated Musicians to other heavyweights in showbiz like Gramps Morgan, Rocky Dawuni, Samini, Bullgod, Andy Dosty, Reggy Zippy, Benedicta Gafah, GH Kwaku, Elorm Beenie, Giovani Caleb, Kwame Dadzie, just to name a few.