The latter segment of Zylofon’s “showbiz agenda” got extremely exciting when two artistic Ghanaian musicians: Okyeame Kwame and Flowking Stones’ versions of “Riddim of the Gods” were put together for judgment.
Analyzing both songs through the hip-hop lens, most callers, social media participants, and the pundits voted Flowking Stone as the winner of the hip-hop version as against the rap doctor, Okyeame Kwame.
While Flowking Stone projected the life and struggles of being an underrated artist in the industry, Okyeame Kwame, on the other hand, assumed a superior position labeling all the big rap artists in Ghana as his boys. The rap doctor also made a profound point that he has removed the crown he once had as “the best rapper” stressing that he now cares about being Ghanaian than the best rapper.
His punch line was however smashed when one of the pundits juxtaposed that, Okyeame Kwame didn’t have to drop the crown because it was already off. This submission caused a tumultuous uproar in the studio escalating the excitement of the conversation.
Flowking stone garnered more votes from the pundits, callers and social media contributors for his incredible musical prowess. He is indubitably one of the best rappers in Ghana credited with hit songs like Go low, Fire Bon Dem, Blow My Mind, Hustler’s prayer to mention a few.