Grandpapa Of Rap Music In Ghana Reggie Rockstone Crowns His Rap Mettle In ‘New Balance’ Track – Set To Feature All New Acts

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Grandpapa of rap music in Ghana, Reggie Rockstone, is set to come up with 11:11 – a compilation album; the first record to feature all new acts.

The compilation, 11: 11, is with artistes he personally handpicked. His connect with MOJEESTONE is a genial blend; indeed, shows Grandpapa’s love and respect for the young ones, plus his willingness to work with them always.

MOJEESTONE is on YouTube and it is an animation in his likeness and he tells stories and funny ones too! Satire and social commentary

The legendary rapper finally released his version of Pappy Kojo’s “Balance” hit song titled “New Balance”. After the long tease on social media and anticipation, this new Rockstone is worth the wait. In this new freestyle, the evergreen looking veteran rapper accentuates his long reign in the music industry and “nobody fi to take his spot” with a very lit video to compliment.

With these, one may come to know that the ever fresh Reggie with his achievements has actually kept him relevant in the industry and can conclude that without Reggie, there’s no meaning to Hiplife genre.

Talking of his fitness, he seeks to be more engrossed in keeping up health. A snippet of “New Balance” posted on his social media page Instagram birthed some really positive comments.


Brief Profile:

Reggie Rockstone, known in real life as Reginald Yaw Asante Ossei, “the Godfather of Hiplife” is a Ghanaian rapper, producer cum entrepreneur. He pioneered the Hip-Life movement in 1994 and also a member of the VVIP Group since 2014.

His idea that was merging the hip hop beats with authentic phat production and lace it with true African dialect; The Akan language of Twi which became the tool to make such butter classics as “Sweetie, Sweetie”, “Tsoo Boi”, “Nightlife in Accra” and “Agoo” from his debut album in 1997 entitled “Makaa! Maka!”.