Flowking Stone, a Ghanaian rapper, has stated that he sacrificed his career to promote the music industry in Kumasi.
According to him, he sacrificed his life and career to show aspiring artists in Kumasi that they can make it wherever they want to go, and he is proud of what he accomplished in the eyes of some artists.
In an interview with Andy Dosty, he stated that he is a pillar for the success of Kumasi-based musicians and that he could have relocated to Accra but chose not to in order to prove a point.
To refresh your memory, Flowking Stone is a Ghanaian rapper and songwriter. On August 13, 1983, he was born Kwaku Nsiah-Boamah in Kumasi, Ghana.
He is half of the hip-hop duo Bradez, which he co-founded with his younger brother, Kunta Kinte.
Flowking Stone launched his solo career with the release of his debut album, “Gifted,” in 2013.
The album was well-received, and it earned him a number of nominations and awards, including Best Rapper of the Year at the Ghana Music Awards in 2016.
Flowking Stone’s fast-paced rapping style, ability to switch between English and Twi (a Ghanaian language), and socially conscious lyrics have earned him acclaim.