Lilwin Teams Up With Medikal For A New Hit Song Titled, ‘Sor Me So’

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Kumasi-based actor cum musician Kwadwo Nkansah is set to drop a new banger with Medikal.

The song is titled, ‘Sor Me So’ and it would be released on September 2, 2019. The song is reported to be an Afro-pop genre and promises to be a big one.

This song will be the first collaboration between Lil Win and Medikal, having worked with heavyweights like Guru and Samini previously. It’s definitely going to be a party song because that’s what Medikal is really good at lately.

Lilwin was one of the many artistes who recently set the 2019 Nungua Street Festival organised by Kpoo Keke in collaboration with Charterhouse Ghana on fire with a great performance.

As anticipated the actor and musician thrilled the many fans who had gathered on the streets of Nungua around the Nungua Senior High School where the event was held and he proved why he’s one of the nation’s favorites.

It was exciting watching him perform as the fans cheered him on and were not ready to see him leave the stage. He  brought his famous ‘old man walk’ to the scene and hilarious attire switches, while gifting fans his cds which has his songs on.

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