Hammer Names The Holy Trinity of Ghanaian Rap As Reggie Rockstone, Obrafour and Sarkodie – Explains Why – VIDEO

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God the father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit – the Christian concept of the holy trinity is one of the most famous religious doctrines and is often used to explain three separate but equal branches of one body.

It basically means three people are simultaneously different and the same.

And in explaining the origins of Ghanaian rap from then till now, Hammer of the Last Two has employed a similar concept.

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Speaking on Joy Fm earlier today, the legendary record producer laid out the evolution of Gh rap, and said the whole industry was started by Reggie Rockstone.

He added that Rockstone introduced rap, Obrafour taught Ghanaians how it’s done and Sarkodie has taken Gh rap to the world.

“The founder is Reggie Rockstone, Obrafour taught us how it is done and Sarkodie took GH rap to the world,” Hammer said.

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As we reported earlier, he also released his own top 20 rappers of all time list, in no particular order.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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