Kumasi-based rapper Cabum, has disclosed in an interview that he is upset about the fact he is not highly regarded as one of the best rappers although he has proved beyond reasonable doubt he is a force to reckon with.
The son of legendary Ghanaian Highlife musician, Alhaji K. Frimpong, used the Ghana Music Awards as a case study. He made this disclosure on Adom Fm’s Kasahari Level with Pope Skinny. He however maintained that being the best the rapper is subjective so it could be ‘normal.’
“It’s a normal thing because everybody has their own best rapper… So, in a way I feel bad and in another way too I don’t,” he told Pope Skinny. He also spoke briefly about his father and how his fans want to see him remix most of his father’s hit songs.
“Lots of people have been asking me to do a remix of my dad’s songs but I believe it’s time for me to do my own thing. Its destiny, he had his and I have mine so I have to do my thing my own way.”
He, however, added that he will grant that request after he has built a strong career for himself. Cabum is set to launch his highly anticipated debut album titled ‘The Beginning’ on May 26 at the Vienna City in Accra.
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