BBC Radio 1Xtra presenter, Tim Westwood spotted in a video call with the Asakaa Boy.
The Asakaa Boys comprising City Boy, JayBahd, Okenneth, Reggie etc. have been working hard after climbing the limelight with their drill songs “Sore”, “Akatafuo”, “Condemn” etc.
The have had most of their songs being recognised internationally.
The Asakaa Boys are on a new project with Ova Visa and in a new video available at Thedistin.com, they were in a video call with Tim Westwood.
To be able to even have this opportunity to talk to a top notch DJ like Tim Westwood, it means the Asakaa Boys have crossed boundaries and now are international stars.
Asakaa Music originating from the Capital city of the Ashanti Region of Ghana, Kumasi (kumerica) is the hottest and freshest genre of music hitting the streets of Ghana and mainly the Internet.
Inspired by the drill scene in the U.K and New York, Asakaa Music is set to take over both locations as it introduces to the world a form of drill music never been heard or seen before..
This video call comes after Kumerican rapper and member of the Asakaa Boys, Reggie Osei popularly called Reggie in the music scene had his latest song titled “Geng Geng” featuring City Boy, JayBahd, Okenneth and Sean Lifer played on BBC Radio 1Xtra.
The same British DJ and presenter of radio and television, Tim Westwood in an already published article was spotted jamming and playing the new song from Reggie on his show.
While playing the song, Tim Westwood gave shoutouts to the Kumerican rappers, click here to watch the video.