ReBo Tribe’s Kwame Yesu links up again with frequent collaborator Ghanaian Stallion, alongside Ypee of the Asakaa drill community for their first single “M’asem” off their forthcoming collab tape.
Best known for his most recent song “Anadwo” which featured Black Sherif (known for his hard-hitting street anthems mouthed by everyone in the Accra City “First Sermon” and “Second Sermon”) both songs produced by Ghanaian Stallion and Mimlife Records’ Kimilist (who’s also had a drill record with Yesu and Yaw TOG titled “Sika”)
A Stallion production with an amazing sample of a funky trumpet and string flip, Kwame Yesu speaks point-blank on wanting to do his thing and be on the move with his work uninterrupted while YPee wittingly lets naysayers know that their efforts to bring him down are looking shaky and will turn out unsuccessful eventually.
Definitely a song deserving of as many spins as possible, put on playlists and worthy of being the type you’d want to have rights to holding the aux cord.
Stream MA’SEM all digital platforms
Official Music video out now!
Source: Kwame Yesu Team