Audio of Monday, 25 January 2021
Resource: Richard Asamoah, Contributor
Do you hear the War Drums beating and a Rise Up Contacting of the Ancestors?
If not, you quickly will. ‘Apem B3ba’ is a contemporary-working day Ghana drill (Asakaa) track with authentic arrangement deeply rooted in the Asante culture.
“Wo Kum Apem a, ‘Apem B3ba’ is a well-liked Akan proverb which indicates If you eliminate Thousand, a Thousand more will come.
Black Kat’s ‘Apem B3ba’ characteristics some of Kumerica’s most popular skills RapHene Zanu, Willy Maame, Kofi Supreme, Ebadah (NT4), Rap Fada, Ras Lipo, Don Crack and Beat Maker Extraordinaire Amagidon Beats.
Black Kat Gh, described as the “Growth Growth Cru Boss” of the enormous Kumerican collection, has speedily turn into a person of Ghana-UK’s most compelling expertise –who is now pushing drill into daring new WORLDS.
Coming up with the Ghanaian-African infused All over the world Anthem “Apem B3ba” with his trademark mix of Akan language ‘Twi’ and British isles slang the cultural references manufactured by the Ghanaian All-Stars ‘Apem B3ba’ is an certain banger.
This amazing development shortly to dominate the airwaves seeks to admit our Ancestors as we listen to them call to us “Mo-Piaww #Piawww.