I used to borrow phones to record- Rapper Kwame Dame

“We’ve come a long way!”

Young Ghanaian Rapper, Kwame Dame, formerly known as FreQuency Rap, has made certain revelations about how tough life was when he was trying to enter the music industry.

I used to borrow phones to record- Rapper Kwame Dame

The rapper has said that, it was never a smooth sailing experience and that he appreciate coming this far.

Talking to Kwabena Ferry, host of Guide Radio, the rapper shared;

“You know, those days we didn’t even have studios to record, so we had to just record freestyles using phones. And the thing is, we didn’t even have phones to record also, so we had to call friends who have phones to come and record us.

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“But now things have changed. I think my ‘Welcome To Ghana’ freestyle was my breakthrough because when it went viral, people started calling me and putting me on.”

Kwame Dame is a young Ghanaian Rapper who has been in the music industry for about a year and half now. He featured on Sarkodie’s ‘Biibi Ba’ song, which he confessed that, it was one of the best things to happen to him as a rapper. A few months after that, he released his debut EP ‘Hillstreet’ EP, which did phenomenally well, according to the general public.

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