According to Ayesem who spoke to www.233tiems.com, Kendrick represents lyrical dexterity so he chose the title which also has his place of birth, Tanokrom in it to sound a clear message. In ‘Tanokrom Kendrick,’ Ayesem who blew with ‘Koti’ (a song he sang in most part of it) made it clear that the fact that he took a break from rap to sing does not mean he has become weak in rapping.
He mentioned that he did the Takokrom Kendrick to put Ghanaian rappers in their right places. The song does not only reveals the lyrical dexterity of Ayesem but also buttresses the fact that he is amongst the best rappers in Ghana.
Listen to ‘Tankokrom Kendrick’ which was produced by MethMix below;
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