Dope rapper and ‘Go Low’ hitmaker, Flowking Stone has disclosed to Amansan Krakye that he’s been fighting over the years for respect and inclusion of artistes who don’t reside in Accra.
He revealed on Cape Coast-based Kastle FM “Over the years that’s all I was fighting for, I was fighting for respect, and inclusion of artistes who are not from Accra.
“Because previously everything used to be Accra and only artistes from Accra get the pushing to the neglect of other artistes from Cape Coast and Kumasi,” he remarked.
Flowking Stone born Kwaku Nsiah-Boamah stated that it’s a great time in life knowing that artistes from Kumerica and other parts of Ghana can make hits without moving to come and stay in Accra.
He continued “Sometimes if they’re pushing those from the other regions it means they’ve moved to go and settle in Accra which I was pushing against that.
“So right now that people can stay where they are like Kumerica and make hits is a great time in life,” he ended on the Kastle Entertainment Show.
Source: Amansan Krakye (kastlefmonline.com)