Even though his break through into mainstream music came as a mockery in the beginning stages, Ghanaian Traditional trap artist Bosom P-Yung has since left “Ataa Adwoa” to focus on his music career and he is killing.
The rapper cum singer based in Ghana has said it over a thousand times that he is here to stay through hit singles such as “Odo Ndwom”, “Berma music”, “GyimiGyimi”I and “Foss Dior.”
P-Yung as his fellow artist friends call him has also made his presence and authority as the only artiste in Ghana with a traditional trap vibe in a lot of collaborations.
In some collaboration songs like Emergency with Wendy Shay, Asa bone with Lord Paper, Dw3 remix with Mr. Drew and Krymi, Bosom P-Yung shows not just lyrical dexterity but also versatility.
The level of attention Bosom P-Yung pays his music is proven in his new stars featured EP, Acheampong Boys.
For the first time in our history, a viral sensation is really proving that he has what it takes to take Ghanaian trap music to major music platforms in the world.
OneplayAfrica had the chance to listen to the Acheampong Boys by P-Yung(just like how he calls himself sometimes) and the feedback from the team and writers was amazing.
This is a review of the tape.
Let us start off with the name of the tape. I mean, Every Ghanaian music follower knows the name Acheampong. The legendary musician who is still alive and ruled his era with hi-life music and was in a music group with Daddy Lumba is called Nana Acheampong.
The choice of name for the tape obviously shows that Prince Ofori musically known as Bosom P-Yung had an idea for greatness.
Now, let us talk about the color choice for the tape – GREEN.
Green is the color of nature. It symbolize growth, harmony, freshness, and fertility. Green has strong emotional correspondence with safety. Dark green is also commonly associated with money.
Bosom P-Yung is simply trying to say that he is grown, matured and will always stay fresh but he is also about his money.
The color choice reflects in the music he on the tape.
The songs on the tape are well arranged from the theme song Acheampong boys featuring Kweku Smoke, to Meni TII with Medikal, down to Bang which also features Joey B will keep you stuck to the tape.
Bosom P-Yung featuring Kwesi Arthur Adabi establishes the fact that P-Yung is still not over Ataa Adwoa because in the song he tries to get the lady to tell her BFF that it is over, (hmm).
Acheampong Boys is a well produced tape by Bosom P -Yung and while talking about production let me throw light on A-Town and all the producers on the Acheampong Boys tape.
You need to listen to the Acheampong boys by Bosom P-Yung out now on all platforms.