Da’ Hammer of the Last 2 Music Group Endorses Kay-Ara
The music scene never seizes to get more interesting when amazing artistry like that of the “Still Underground” hit maker shows up with “Reality Talk” just to let us know that he went nowhere; and therefore, “Accra” he “Dey”.
Rukie Kwaku Agyeman popularly known as “Kay-Ara”, whom after dropping “Reality Show 1” in 2011, disappeared and was almost like he won’t ever appear on the music radar; but he made a grand-appearance this year with mind-blowing style. The rapper sounds ready and confident to take over the rap scene.
Songs like “Latecomer”, “Traffic Light”, “Jnr’s Lullaby”, “Rebirth” and “Karma” was just a few of his songs that never made his fans starve off his great artistry; but really missed him though. On the Internet and some radios, Kay-Ara’s name used to be listed among artistes the world had to expect which we believe still holds. Little did we know that, the “Rebel Musikcian” was building a better version of himself.
After releasing a couple of cover songs as warm up, Kay-Ara, on the 18th of January this year, released a video titled “The Accra City Hustle” which told his own version of the hustle people like himself go through to get their daily bread. To cut a long story short, the music video really made his disappearance worthy.
A day after the video was released, Da’Hammer of the Last Two Music Group, uploaded the video on his Facebook wall with caption “It doesn’t get anymore authentic than this..I love the way u rep the situation on the ground. Rukie Kay-Ara Agyeman I’m a fan”.
Da’ Hammer is the architect behind most of our top stars in Ghana and his recommendation is really a big deal. He doesn’t endorse artistes publicly unless he really means what he says. This is an authentic seal on Kay-Ara’s career and a big thumbs-up to his exceptional talent. Could Kay-Ara become the next “foot-souljah” of the Last 2 Music Group? Keep your eyes here for updates on this.