Emmanuel Yeboah, popularly known as AY Poyoo, Is a Ghanaian singer, rapper and song writer.
He's popularly known for his viral song, "the goat" - a song which gained him fame as he now sits on over 150k followers on Instagram alone. The song also attracted international sensation as even American rapper, Snoop Dogg, reacted to the song.
Since then, the 20 year old's music career has grown and he has released other songs as well as performed in concerts.
Apparently, his self confidence has grown along with his career as the rapper has now come out to say musical icons like Fela Kuti, 2pac and Bob Marley would be proud of him.
Ofcourse, with strong claims like this, comes heavy reactions from fans as some agreed with the rapper, while others disagreed.
AY Poyoo has been a fast rising singer. Aside for his hit track, "the goat", the 20 years old Ghanaian has gone on to release tracks like, swimming pool, Alcoholic, without Africa.
Acknowledging the fact that he is doing well for him self, Claiming iconcs like 2pac, Fela Kuti, and Bob Marley would be proud of him is another thing.
Tell me, do you agree with his statement?
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