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Flowking Stone Unveils The Track list For His Upcoming Album “BRA”

Flowking Stone Unveils The Track list For His Upcoming Album “BRA”. Ghana’s finest rapper and one half of Music duo Bradez, Kwaku Nsiah Boamah aka Flowking Stone is coming out with something big which will blow the minds of rap music lovers and lovers of music as a whole.

The musician who few days ago announed or released an artistically amazing cover art for his soon to be launched project has gone further to announce another very important thing linked to the release of the creative masterpiece he’s done.

This evening the Musician has officially made known exclusively to the public the Tracklist of the project he’s very soon planning to embark on.

The Best Rapper Africa album is an amalgamation of thirteen,13 solid Hip Hop tracks and an additional one 1, song for his fans and music lovers at large. This is going to be Flowking Stone’s third album after officially going solo. His previous albums are Gifted I and II which have received several accolades from industry players,his hardcore fans and music lovers as a whole. The album features Strongman,Kunta Kinte, Lyrical Joe,Lameme Gang etc.

The Best Rapper Africa BRA, album although Flowking’s third album,this is his first actual hip hop album as a rapper. He mentioned to that alot of thinking, energy,hardwork, perseverance, dedication, reasoning, attention, investment etc have gone into this project and he is very optimistic that it will be a success. He says this is a body of work that talks about his life,work, struggles and experiences he’s gathered in life and he’s spit everything into this album.

We bring to our cherished viewers, readers and followers the exclusive Tracklist of Kwaku Nsiah Boamah aka Flowking Stone’s Best Rapper Album.

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