Kofi Mole

In a recent interview with YFM, Ghanaian rapper , formally known as Edward Kofi Agyemang Amoah, claimed that the Ghanaian music industry's hiplife genre is no longer making progress.

Insisting that the lack of activity by hip-hop artists in the music industry is the reason why hip-hop in Ghana is no longer as proactive as it once was, made this claim.

He emphasized that rap in Ghana has transformed over time from hip-life to more American hip hop, supporting his remarks by stating that this evolution has taken place over time.

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Hiplife, meanwhile, is a subgenre of American hip hop that combines Ghanaian culture and the hip-hop genre.

Reggie Rockstone, Ghana's hiplife “Grand Papa,” is credited with creating it, and many Ghanaian musicians have used it as their claim to fame.

Source: Dklassgh.com