King Joshua Wilson, also known as Akesisem in the entertainment industry and a native of Ashiaman, Ghana, has just released his newest album, titled "2X Higher."
Pope Skinny, Kwesi Slay, and other established rappers grace the 15-track record, which they have skillfully elevated.
Songs like "Ye Didi," "Sika Beba," and "Asem Beba" have amassed significant followings on streaming services, Audiomack, and YouTube since the release of the album "2X Higher."
One of the up-and-coming Ghanaian artists ready to make the country famous is Akesisem. Since then, he has put a lot of effort into making himself known throughout Ghana.
"2X Higher indicates I'm moving up, and this is one of the albums I'd recommend to any music fan to take the time to listen to. In no time, I'll be among the best singers in Ghana and abroad. I am confident that 2X Higher will unlock the doors.
He claimed in an interview with Akesisem that the jamming album is primarily intended to inspire young people and amuse music listeners in general.
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