Pulse music gives account on the life of late rapper Ghetto KB. Check out a few things you didn't know about the prolific rapper and more below.
Xtra Large Entertainment’s late rapper, Ghetto KB, was one of the prolific rappers of our time. Even though, he didn’t merge with the mainstream artistes’ terrain but he was regarded as one of the best.
It is sad that MUSIGA, GHAMRO and other highly respected industry players have forgotten the rapper so soon, but the rapper lives in our heart. The most painful aspect of his death was when “missing Castro” (Not dead Castro) was given so much attention and ‘preferential treatment’ at the just ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards instead of the late rapper who was buried yesterday. This is one of the reasons why artistes slam Charterhouse, the organisers of Ghana Music Awards for disrespecting their arts.
I remember when I was a full-time music promoter, I marked him to beat most of our mainstreamers in the coming years but it was unfortunate that the indisputable death ‘hanged its robe on his neck.’ I remember his distinctive flair on every beat JMJ gives him and his foreign accent.
Ghetto KB is widely known among the keen Ghanaian music followers as a very calmed act. His back-to-back collaboration with rap legend, Obrafour put him on radar in no time. He was featured on UK-Ghanaian rapper, Sway’s popular “African Name” single and also on Samini’s street anthem titled “Triga.”
As he was laid to rest yesterday (April 25) at the Achimota cemetery, Pulse Music has gathered top 5 songs the rapper has ever performed and some of his best collaborations as far as music is concerned.
1. “One Night Stand”
2. “Radio” Feat. Kaakie
3. “Ruut Extra”
4. “The Way She Dey Look” Feat. Obrafour
5. “Bills On Me” (Xtra Large Riddim)
1. Samini – Triga Feat. Ghetto KB
2. Sway – African Name Feat. Ghetto KB
3. Apaatse - Wedding Day Feat. Ghetto K.B
4. Obrafour - Tell Me Feat. Ghetto KB & Raquel
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