Yaw Tog has unarguably become the brightest spot from the pool of Kumasi rappers and singers who generically call themselves Kumericans.
This is breeding some form of animosity between Yaw Tog’s fans and the Asaaka Boys whose fame has waned considerably.
For this reason, when Yaw Tog flew to London for the first time in his life and also appeared on Tim Westwood’s program- it sparked an interesting debate amongst their respective fans on Twitter.
Yaw Tog has thus become the youngest artist from Ghana to be featured by Tim Westwood on any of his platforms.
Amerado, Yaw Tog and Kweku Flick hopped into the studio of Capital Radio in London after their successful ‘Ghana Party in Park’ concert held in London.
Tim Westwood is a British DJ and presenter of radio and television. He is often referred to by other DJs and artists appearing on his shows simply as Westwood.
He presented the MTV UK show Pimp My Ride UK. In 2013, Westwood left BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 1Xtra after nearly twenty years and returned to Capital Radio (Wikipedia).
See some of the reactions from fans of Kumericans;
Meanwhile, Black Sherif had said in a previous interview that Yaa Pono has played an instrumental part in bringing him to the limelight and this photo sighted by www.Ghgossip.com confirms it.
A young Sherif is seen with the Uptown Energy subscriber in an unnamed studio trying to work things out musically.
Fortunately for the young man who affectionately calls himself Killer Blacko he has found fame and a corresponding wealth is in the offing owing to his hard work and dexterity.
Meanwhile, see the throwback photo that confirms Ponobiom was trying to build him up for the future.
Prior to this, Black Sherif was sighted having the time of his life while on set during the shooting of Yaw Tog’s new music video.