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Opanka believes he is more deserving of the best rapper title

Armstrong Affum known in the showbiz circles as “Dadie Opanka”, believes he has done enough to win the best rapper award in this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA).

Opanka, who released a number of hit singles back in 2018, has been a toast of music loving fans considering his unique rapping style.

In an interview with GNA Entertainment, Opanka, arguably the best Ghanaian freestyler, mentioned significant strides made in his music career amid the challenges that comes along.

“I have been in music for quite a while and I always do my best to offer my fans with good rap music.

“My focus is not necessarily about winning awards, but I feel I need to be recognized considering my exploits in the music industry, which lacks quality rappers,” Opanka stated.

Opanka, who couldn’t make the shortlist for the 2018 best rapper award, would be hopeful of gaining the best rapper nomination and possible win the award this time round.

Opanka’s most recent single “Menzgold” has gained massive airplay as he continues with his thrilling exploits for music loving fans in Ghana and beyond.

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