Ghanaian afrobeat singer Yaw Tog has admitted to the growing public outcry that the Ghanaian economy is too hot.
According to the Sore hitmaker, he never believed the plight of the many Ghanaians until he started spending on himself when he realize the reality on the grounds.
“There’s something I always tell [those] I walk with. At first, when I wasn’t buying anything, whenever I heard people say Ghana is difficult to live in, I would say they were lying. But now that I’ve started buying things. I feel the heat. The country is hot,” he said.
The award-winning musician added that he now understands claims ‘adulthood na scam’, to wit; adulthood is a scam.
The Assin Fosu-based musician also said he appreciated his parents for their hard work as adults and to also brought him up to the level he has gotten,
The 18-year-old musician rose to fame in 2021 with his ‘Sore’ tracks featuring the Asakaa Boys and ‘Sore Remix’ with rap stars Stormy and Kwesi Arthur.
Meanwhile, he has the latest album titled ‘Sophia’ which is expected to get the recognition it deserves.