Popular Ghanaian Young Rapper, FreQuency, has changed his name to ‘Kwame Dame’ prior to his EP release, titled “Hillstreet EP.”
The young rapper who came into the limelight when his freestyle video “Welcome to Ghana” went viral on the internet. The freestyle which talks about major things in Ghana, including education and the way of life in general, caught the attention of most Ghanaians, hence, made people fall in love with his style of rap.
According to the rapper, he thought it wise to change his name because he wants to be original.
“FreQuency was a nickname which was given to me in high school, but growing up, I think I have to find my originality and change it to Kwame Dame. And also, when someone wants to search for my songs on the internet and the person types ‘FreQuency’ it gives the person diverse outcomes; the hospital stuff, the radio frequencies, wavelength on engine machines and all that, make it a bit difficult. Therefore, changing it to Kwame Odame will make me unique and original.” He said.
The young rapper is set to release his first compilation ‘Hillstreet EP’ after he collaborated with most awarded African Rapper, Sarkodie, on his ‘Biibi Ba’ track.
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