Brother Sammy Remixes Yaw Tog’s song “Sore” – watch video
The Ghanaian popular Gospel singer Brother Sammy has released a new banger. This song is a remix to Yaw Tog’s” Sore”. Yaw Tog is a young Kumerican Rapper who has been trending with his song “sore”. This song gained recognition on BET and got remixes by International Rappers, Stomzy and Kwesi Arthur. Brother Sammy who is known as a gospel singer has turned into a Rapper in his new song.
I was impressed by his intelligence in rapping on the beat bar for bar, Brother Sammy could have overthrown Sarkodie if he took the rap serious from the scratch.
Listening to the song very well, I noticed that, he actually attacks one female Gospel singer in the industry. Brother Sammy spoke about how this female artist wanted to end his career with Satanic act. He took his time to flashes back to what he went through under the rug of this female Gospel artist called Cecilia Marfo and narrates it in his rap on the song.
Watch the video below
In few years back, Brother Sammy granted an interview to the Richghana news team of which he made some allegations against Cecilia Marfo. In the interview, he said, he was invited to a program by Cecilia Marfo. During Cecilia Marfo’s ministration at the program, she gave him a dirty slap. Brother Sammy said, the slap was a satanic ordinance that intends to end his career as a gospel musician.
According to Brother Sammy, he was very popular during that time, he has to cancel his other shows to attend to a call of a sister in the Gospel to support her to have a successful program not knowing she had planned evil against him.
To God be the glory, her plans never worked and it is on record that, Brother Sammy is the gospel teacher and still running the gospel industry in Ghana.
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