London Based-Rapper, GH Drill Praises Black Women On “Obaa TumTum”

GH Drill
Official appearance of London based artiste, GH Drill

New to the scene, emerging talent, GH Drill is a London-based artist who wants to take Ghana ‘’Drillers’’ to a new level. Born to entertain, GH Drill seeks to up-cycle the Ghana drill sound with vibes from the UK drill scene.

Growing up in Peckham, London in the UK, GH Drill has always had a soft spot for music. Surrounded by Drill artists, he managed to mix vibes with his lyrics to create bangers.

His first official release, ‘Obaa TumTum’, has gained good reviews from his supporters in the UK and now it’s available in Ghana. Influenced by UK drill artists, GH Drill, demonstrates his ability to get the crowd going with good vibes only. If you’re familiar with the evolving Kumasi drill sound also known as ‘Asaaka’, then this song will definitely be a jam for you.

cover art for GH Drill’s Obaa Tumtum

‘Obaa TumTum’ which translates to ‘’Black Beauty’’ is an appreciation song for all Nubian Queens. The song seeks to empower black women to love themselves as much and as hard as they can.

Inspired by good vibes and positive energy, he seeks to express himself and the way he feels and wants his fans to appreciate the GH DRILL even more. According to him, the song is a part of his effort to tell the Ghanaian-Kumasi drill story to the world. ‘’I recorded the song one night in a studio in South London and it was full of vibes’’, expresses GH Drill.

Source: Elite PR

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