Rapper Okyeame Kwame at YFM studios with NYDJ said he has no intention of influencing the Kumerican movement while it is circulating.
For him, he hopes to inspire and motivate the young people who started this movement, while he hits rock bottom.
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“We are working on it. Something is coming. I am going to join him at the business, cultural and unifying front level.
There are things that if you try to influence, you will do in bad taste. This has been done by young people. They should be allowed to possess it.
The whole movement belongs to the young. They must be commended. We have to go behind them and not in front of them.
We need to go after them with guidance and motivation to make it last long. We are not here to take the shine off them, ”he said.
Addressing rumors that his new song “Yeeko” is a means to jump on the Kumerican movement to reclaim the origin of the movement, Okyeame Kwame shared that it was never his intention to draw the attention of Kumerican rappers. Rather it is to give them support.