Strongman Reacts To Claims of Him Not Supporting Upcoming Artistes

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By Naliaka Kitui

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Kumasi based rapper Strongman is among the few artistes who proudly represents the Ashanti Region. However, in the recent past, claims have emerged that Strongman is not supportive of the emerging young generation of upcoming artistes. 

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Strongman has however responded to these claims. In his words; “It is not true I don’t support the Kumerica vibe. It is not true I am not tweeting their songs. Anyone who says I am not tweeting their songs is not telling the truth. When Yaw Tog dropped the Sore Remix, I tweeted it. When Gyakie dropped her song with Omah Lay I tweeted that too.”

Kweku Flick, whom he describes as a brother is one of the artistes that he has supported unswervingly. In fact, Strongman said that the Asakaa Boys are the only Kumerican artistes he has not tweeted about. “I have no problems with them and it’s not like I’ve even met them. It is not about hate or anything. I do love what the boys are doing. Flowking Stone and I didn’t receive the support when we tried pushing the Kumerican agenda and if the boys are doing well and have received global recognition then I should be proud of what they have achieved.”

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His advice to the Kumericans is to continue working in unity and pushing their music. However, he cautioned them that they should not dwell on other artistes tweeting their songs. “It is not a big deal for me when colleagues do not retweet my songs. The comments I get under my posts are more than the blue-ticks. So I always get the numbers from the fans so if you do a song and the fans feel it, then it is better than your fellow artistes tweeting your songs,” he concluded. 

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