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WATCH: Stormzy, Yaw Tog, Kwesi Arthur visit Manhyia Palace ahead of ‘SORE” remix video shoot

Ghanaian-British rapper, Stormzy visited Manhya Palace in Kumasi this week.

The palace is the seat of Otumfuo Nana Osei Tutu II. the Asantehene of Asanteman, as well as his official residence.

He was joined by Kwesi Arthur, Yaw Tog, Eddie Kadi, Ko-Jo Cue and members of his team. The visit preceded the shooting of the official video for ‘SORE’ remix in the Ashanti Region.

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Stormzy previously spoke about his connection to his Ghanaian roots.

“One-hundred per cent. My mum was born and raised in Ghana and has a lot of Ghanaian values and traditions and morals. All that rubbed off on me, and that’s why I have a lot of love and good energy in me—that universal energy is a Ghanaian thing. That’s why I’ve fallen in love with my country again,” disclosed to the rapper to American publication, Pitchfork in a 2016 interview.

“I grew up as a British kid—I went to school in London, roamed the streets of London—but having these interactions with my roots and going back to Ghana, I’m like, ‘Yeah this is sick.’ I love my country and my people, and the energy and vibes that they bring back. So I want to rep that and be a part of it. I need people to know that is where I’m from,”

Details about ‘SORE” video shoot here> https://museafrica.com/2021/01/05/watch-stormzy-kwesi-arthur-in-kumasi-for-sore-remix-shoot-with-yaw-tog/

Watch video of Stormzy’s visit to Manhyia Palace below.

In the early hours of Friday, January 1, 2021, the 2020 Brit Award for British Male Solo Artist winner joined the Kumerican star to preview a remix of the song at the UPP Festival

READ: https://museafrica.com/2021/01/01/watch-stormzy-joins-yaw-tog-on-remix-of-sore/

The original song debuted at number 92 on Muse Bangers of the Year 2020 – a multi-platform music initiative instituted to highlight the songs that dominated the Ghanaian radio landscape for the year 2020.

More details here: https://museafrica.com/2020/12/26/muse-africas-bangers-of-the-year-2020-find-out-which-songs-made-the-cut-number-100-81/

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