British-Ghanaian rapper Stormzy hangs out with Kwesi Arthur, Yaw Tog in Kumerica (PHOTOS)

UK hip-bounce performer of Ghanaian plunge Michael Ebenazer Kwadjo Omari Owuo Jr., prominently known as Stormzy, raged Kumerica (Kumasi) throughout the end of the week to spend time with Kwesi Arthur, Yaw Tog and other Kumerican youngsters

He was in the Ashante Region on the ticket of Yaw Tog – the youthful Kumasi-local who is known for the hit drill single “Sore” which highlights O’kenneth,City Boy, Reggie and Jay bahd.

The arrival of “Sore” in 2020 pulled in worldwide consideration and interest for his image, particularly the western world and Ghanaians in the diaspora including Michael Dapaah (Big Shaq) and Stormzy (who later connected up with him).

Stormzy, who left Accra with Kwesi Arthur for Kumasi, gotten a saint’s greeting and gotten the opportunity to visit Manhyia Palace – the seat of the Asantehene of Asanteman, Otumfuo Nana Osei Tutu II.

Afterward, he was caught in a video with some Kumerican adolescents playing out the well known “Sore” melody.

He was likewise caught wearing Kente and speaking to his familial root.

The grime star has likewise maintained his Ghanaian legacy.

He told Pitchfork in a meeting in 2016 about how associated he feels with Ghana and West Africa, saying: “100%. My mum was brought up in Ghana and has a great deal of Ghanaian qualities and conventions and ethics. Such came off on me, and that is the reason I have a ton of affection and great energy in me—that all inclusive energy is something ghanaian. That is the reason I’ve become hopelessly enamored with my nation once more.”

When inquired as to whether Ghana is forming his way of life as an artiste, he demonstrated that that ‘I love my nation and my kin, and the energy and vibes that they bring back.’

“I grew up as a British child—I went to class in London, meandered the roads of London—however having these associations with my foundations and returning to Ghana, I’m similar to, ‘Better believe it this is debilitated.’ I love my nation and my kin, and the energy and vibes that they bring back. So I need to rep that and be a piece of it. I need individuals to realize that is the place where I’m from,” he added.