Friday, December 4, 2020

EXCLUSIVE: Reggie Rockstone Admits People Rapped Before He Came To Ghana But He Originated HIPLIFE did a little research on who actually originated music genre Hiplife and what its true definition is – – following Reggie Rockstone’s recent claim that VVIP’s ‘Selfie’ track which is nominated as a Hiplife song in this year’s VGMA, is not a Hiplife song but a Hiphop song.



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Reggie Rockstone Did Not Originate/Invent/Owes Hiplife –Panji Anoff Speaks At Last

Reggie got in touch with the and explained some few things on the whole argle-bargle over who originated Hiplife, who promoted it, and what its true definition is. It must be well noted that one point those who contest Reggie as the originator and owner of Hiplife is that, many artists rapped or rapped over Hiphop beats before Reggie came to Ghana.

Though Reggie does not refute that, he has also never said anywhere that he is the first Ghanaian artist to have started rap music or rapping in Ghana – – something many have misunderstood him for ages. In Reggie’s own words, he said “it’s true some people rapped before I came in but I originated Hiplife and promoted it till date. That is why each time Hiplife is mentioned, my name comes up.”

LISTEN TO FULL INTERVIEW BELOW: appreciates his inputs on the subject but once again, ask: Which School of Thought do you belong to or believe in as far as the history of Hiplife is concerned. Unfurl your thought. Until then…MOTWUM!!



Osarfo Anthony
Osarfo Anthony is a Ghanaian by birth and a Sagittarius born in the 80s. Osarfo writes on relevant industrial issues or topics which does not catch the attention of many – that makes him a wiz amongst his compeers. His write ups have got unique aesthesia which mostly goads intellectual discourse! He believes and has a strong penchant for opinionated write ups through features and articles.

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