Lil Win Showcases Dancehall Prowess, Plans to Overthrow Ghana's Dancehall Stars:”Bundle of Talent"

Lil Win Showcases Dancehall Prowess, Plans to Overthrow Ghana's Dancehall Stars:”Bundle of Talent"

  • Lil Win has shared his thoughts about Ghana's dancehall scene, lamenting about its downward trajectory
  • He established that Samini and other dancehall stars had become irrelevant and launched his foray into the scene
  • He shared a captivating freestyle, which has got many of his fans talking about his range as an artiste
  • exclusively asked entertainment analyst Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh about his thoughts on Lil Win's assertion about the state of dancehall music in Ghana

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Ghanaian comedian and musician, LiI Win recently visited TV3 to promote his upcoming movie premiere, of A Country Called Ghana.

The star-studded, highly anticipated film, which featured top Nollywood stars, has increased the actor's ratings in the movie world.

A recent video of Lil Win freestyling has proven that the actor's outstanding music legacy also lingers on.

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Lil Win veers into dancehall

Multi-talented entertainer LiI Win is widely known for his upbeat Azonto and Afrobeats hits, including Mama Boss Papa and Azonto Ghost.

During a recent chat with 3Xtra, the musician launched his dancehall music after criticising the genre's top practitioners, including Samini, for slowing down.

A freestyle he shared, has surfaced online, sparking numerous conversations about the musician's multi-talented profile.

Speaking to about the state of dancehall music in Ghana following Lil Win's comments, entertainment analyst Yaw Boau-Ayeboafoh opened up in an exclusive interview.

He said:

"What Lil Win said has been re-echoed by many others, but dancehall music in Ghana is not dead. What's happening is that fans have fixed their eyes on top stars like Stonebwoy, who used to churn out more dancehall songs but have chosen to diversify their catalogue. But apart from them, there are a dozen number of other stars including Genna who are doing amazing dancehall music."

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Fans react to Lil Win's dancehall freestyle gathered a few comments from fans in reaction to Lil Win's new dancehall freestyle. Here are some of them below:

@1real_Omar said:

"The guy is effortlessly funny."

@cfc_benno wrote:

"The talent be overload for ein end mmom."

@shaakaempire commented:

"Shatta wale, weezy is coming for your crown ooo."

@Phacterz1 commented:

"This guy is effortlessly great at everything he does."

@olamide_bo added:

"He dey do everything some ..ei wizzy."

Ramsey Nouah praises LiI Win had reported that Nollywood actor, Ramsey Nouah, had praised his host in Ghana, LiI Win for taking good care of him

He disclosed that the Kumawood actor had made him add weight because of the kind of food he was given. He also noted that he used to eat Waakkye and delicious bush meat.

 He hailed LiI Win for making Kumasi and Ghana feel like home.


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