No Ghanaian rapper is better than me – M.anifest

Rapper, M.anifest says “none” of his Ghanaian colleague rappers is better than him. In a Twitter Question and answer session with his fans on Tuesday, April 10, 2018, the...

Rapper, M.anifest says “none” of his Ghanaian colleague rappers is better than him.

In a Twitter Question and answer session with his fans on Tuesday, April 10, 2018, the self-acclaimed ‘godMC’ stated that he “can’t ever compare” himself to “the pioneers and legends I always pay respect to” but everyone else isn’t better than him or pose competition to his craft.

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M. Dot also commented on the current state of rap/Hip Hop music in Ghana, and commended rapper Kwesi Arthur on his work.

“It could be more competitive lyrically and musically. We get complacent and lazy too quickly after a little recognition. But still killers dey make moves. Kwesi Arthur!!!”

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In March 2018, M.anifest headlined two sold-out shows in London and Glasgow.

A review by Scotland’s The Skinny Magazine called his performance the highlight of the evening and “offering a masterclass in live performance, along with his incredibly enthusiastic live band.”

He also recently performed on the Surfers Paradise Main Stage as part of the Commonwealth Games in Australia.

The concert dubbed Fresh Voices of the Commonwealth brings together artistes from countries who are a part of the Commonwealth of Nations to thrill fans who have attended the sporting event.

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M. Dot also has a yet-to-be-disclosed deal with Jay Z’s streaming service, TIDAL.

He visited the New York offices of the company in Early February 2018.

M. Dot met Elliott Wilson, Editorial Director, Culture and Content, Hip Hop at the streaming service, and also Paley Martin, a member of the content and editorial team at TIDAL.

Martin tweeted that the rapper stopped by the office to “spread some good vibes and clue us in on his music + what’s happening in the music scene in Ghana.”

TIDAL is a music streaming service that connects artists with fans through the best High Fidelity sound quality and expertly curated editorial.

In the past months, the company has stepped up efforts to promote Afrobeats and the works of African artistes.

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