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The album cover that never was – M.anifest shares ‘Apae’ history

Ghanaian rapper M.anifest (born Kwame Ametepee Tsikata) has shared an artwork that was supposed to be the artwork for his critically acclaimed project “Apae – the price of free” released in 2013.

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The ‘Nowhere Cool’ hitmaker took to social media to share the album art that wasn’t eventually used for the project.

The artwork featured the head of a smiling M.anifest, on a black canvas that looks like the galaxy.

The album cover that never was - M.anifest shares ‘Apae’ history
The album cover that never was – M.anifest shares ‘Apae’ history || Credit: M.anifest

M.anifest tweeted;

The album cover that never was. This was supposed to be for Apae. I believe in it more than the one I gave y’all. The lesson learned was to stop second guessing. Do-overs are not guaranteed. Godspeed. M.

Apae is one of M.anifest’s highly rated projects, gaining a lot of positive reviews.

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The final artwork for Apae that was used

M.anifest is gearing up to release a new album this year titled ‘Madina To The Universe (MTTU)’.

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