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Lyrical beef: I don’t throw shots; I just give replies – Strongman

In the unique domain of music, melodious hamburgers frequently act as the impetus for extraordinary competitions and creative standoffs. As of late, Ghanaian rapper, Kwaku Osei, also called Strongman has arisen as a conspicuous figure in this scene, known for his sharp mind and unashamed expressive ability.

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But Strongman has said that he wasn’t the one who started all the lyrical “beefs” he’s had with other artists.


Talking in a selective meeting with Delight Prime’s Roselyn Felli, the rap sensation underscored that he’s never started a meat, in any case, he simply offers answers whenever different performers toss chances at him.


Strongman has been serious areas of strength for a to face while having a rap hamburger. He has become one of the most popular rappers in the country thanks to the success of his rap beef songs.

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The rapper has been in a great deal of rap hamburgers with individual rappers like Medikal, Yaa Pono, and Kweku smoke. He has recently put out an EP titled “GOD & RAP, in which he discusses rap and his relationship with God.


The EP has seven tracks and elements Lord Paluta, Kwaku Darlington, Dopenation, and Sevenkizz with creation credit going to Jay scratch, Tubhanibeatz, A town Tsb, and Freddybeatz.

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