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Ghanaian rapper, Nagyi out with new record ‘Mensah’

Young Ghanaian rapper, Nagyi, is motivating the youth with his new single titled ‘Mensah’

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From Black Sheep to Cornerstone: Nagyi tells it all on the new track which comes up after the success of his song ‘Agyei’ song which featured rapper, $pacely.

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‘Mensah’ is a Ghanaian surname from the Ashanti tribe and a Twi proverb that translates to “there’s an odd person in every family/home”.

On the new song, Nagyi reminisces about being the odd member of his family and overcoming all odds to make it successfully.

The song talks about being the “Black Sheep of the family” to being the cornerstone the builders refused to use to build. ‘Mensah’ is a melodic drill song with both singing hooks and rap verses and it is a motivational anthem for all walks of life.

‘Mensah’ by Nagyi is available on all digital streaming platforms here.

Nagyi Amoah popularly known as Nagyi, is a Ghanaian rapper and songwriter born on February 27. His genres ranges from Ghanaian Hip-Hop, RnB, Afro-beat and “Trap music.”.

Nagyi has a unique rap style which blends English, Twi, Ga and Pidgin which spoken by the youth in the Ghanaian culture to create deep and melodic lyrics and sound. He has developed his own style of music whiles being influenced by the likes of Jay z, Manifest, Sarkodie, Charles Amoah and many more. Nagyi was born and raised in Accra Ghana where he still resides.

He is originally from Kumasi (Akyr3madi) in the Ashanti region where his family is from. He is the son of the Legendary Ghanaian high-life Musician and Producer “Charles Amoah”.

Nagyi had his Secondary Education at Winneba Senior High school. He then went to Ghana Technology University College for a diploma certificate in Information Technology. He also enrolled in Valley View University for a full Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology.

Born and raised in a music family he has always loved music from childhood watching his father record music and performing at various concerts. He grew up on musical genres such as High-Life, Hip-Life, Hip-Hop, Reggae RnB and Dancehall to name a few and developed the skills to write, rap and sing at a young age.

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