Ghanaian rapper Osei Kwaku Vincent, popularly known in showbiz circles as “Strongman,” says beefing offers artistes the opportunity to showcase their prowess in rap to their opponents.
Ghanaian artistes engaging one another in verbal feuds through music has become very common in the music industry and often gains more traction from music lovers.
According to the multiple-award-winning rap artiste, beefing provides the platform, where a rapper can pour down his emotions and showcase how much better you are than rap opponents.
In an interview with GNA Entertainment, Strongman said: “Beefing is a place to pour your emotions and prove to your opponent that you are a better rapper.
“With how beef is relevant, it depends on who you are beefing or how people are interested in that beef, but for me personally, I don’t like beef though, but as a hard rapper, you can’t take beef from your activities,” he said.