Musician cum Disc Jockey, Asumadu, on facebook today has communicated in words appreciating Okyeame Kwame for his verse on a song titled “Mepe No Saa” by Dadie Opanka.

The song, which was composed by Armstrong Affum preaches about discrimination in marriages and says it doesn’t matter your tribe or religion, so far as we worship the same Almighty God you should follow your heart if you are truly in love with each other.

On the other hand the rap Doctor Okyeame Kwame, also detailed the concept with reference which caught the ears of Asumadu.. This is what Asumadu said

“From day 1 I followed Okyeame Kwame on social media and his blog on ghanaweb, he always used encourage and educate others with his brand while other celebrities flaunt of their wealth and likes.
In fact, his 35 seconds rap verse on “Mepe No Saa” by Opanka is a must listen. Admitting to the truth, Okyeame Kwame has no competitor in this rap game; on this piece Okyeame Kwame has made it clear that he is not just a musician but adviser. It’s time for Ghanaians to follow such acts for togetherness. Mind of Asumadu. ‪#‎Asuma10 ‪#‎MesomNipaDu‪#‎Asuma10Records

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