Famous British DJ and media personality Tim Westwood has confirmed that indeed budding Ghanaian rapper Yaw Tog made Stormzy popular in Ghana.
Tim Westwood addressed the controversial issue when Yaw Tog together with Kweku Flick and Amerado paid a visit to his studio in London.
The famous personality asked Yaw Tog how he feels after Big Mike featured on his Sore Remix.
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The budding rapper replied, “Stormzy did magic thing for me, so I will ever show love to Stormzy, he has really done something big for me,” Yaw Tog said.
“Obviously a lot of Stormzy music is built for the U.K and international market so you brought him back to be heard,“
Tim Westwood included “it caused controversy but I think it did make Stormzy more popular home”.
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Yaw Tog then said “everybody has his own understanding, I was cool though” and Tim Westwood replied “a truthful statement”.
Not long ago, Yaw Tog was described by Social media users as arrogant after he told MzGee in in interview on TV3 that British rapper Stormzy became more popular after he featured on the Sore Remix.
Knowing what he said might have hurt the Grammy Nominated rapper, Yaw Tog invited himself to Stormzy’s birthday when they went to perform at the Ghana Party In The Park in UK.