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‘I will be an outcast if I move to Accra’ – Flowking Stone

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Ghanaian rapper Flowking Stone says the reason why he has not moved from the Ashanti regional capital Kumasi to Accra to push his career is that he would be considered an outcast should he do so.

According to him, his large fan base will desert him if he leaves Kumasi.

“Currently, I can boldly say that I am the only hope in Kumasi when you talk of a musician holding it down there,” he stated.

“All the rest are in Accra and the people of Kumasi are disappointed in those who moved from here to reside in Accra. My big brother, Okyeame Kwame, is no exception based on the comments I hear all the time,” he added

“I know how the fans in Kumasi are, once you leave them and move to Accra to make it big, forget coming back because you will not be considered as one of their own,” he said this while speaking to an Accra-based radio station.

Flowking Stone said he would have it big if he was in Accra considering how long he has been in the game but that is not the case now.

“Every artiste who moves to Accra becomes bigger than when he or she is residing in their region. Kofi Kinaata and a few others are big now because they moved to Accra but the issue is that Takoradi will still consider Kofi Kinaata as their own when he moves back but the fans in Kumasi are different and I know what I am talking about,” he said.

Having been in the music business for 16 years and known for songs such as Blow My Mind, Go Low, Me Kyeakyea and Let Them Know, Flowking Stone, who admitted he should have been bigger than he is now, said he doesn’t have a strong management team.

“It started as Bradez with myself, Kunta and Okyeame Kwame. But it was left with Kunta (who later became sick) and myself so I had to start everything all by myself. I know I will get there and I am gradually working towards it,” he added.

Flowking Stone, whose real name is Kwaku Nsiah-Boama also claimed he was the best rapper  because his flow and lyrics were doper

“Ghanaians don’t understand my rap yet. I don’t just rap but I relate situations to the lyrics I use in my songs,” he said.

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