The art of tongue twisting of Quata Budukusu is back

Tongue Twisting is truly an art; a reinvention of rap, where words flow in a rhythmic chain, linked musically in a perfect skilled beat. This is the creation of Quata Budukusu: a new and unique style within the hip-hop genre, which honors the traditional hip-life while keeping a sharp and modern beat. Since its creation, “Tongue Twisting” in Ghana has gained track, with other rappers following the lead of –the always innovative– Quata Budukusu.

Besides being the inventor of tongue twisting in Twi (an African language spoken by the Ashanti people – modern day Ghana), Quata Budukusu is considered the fastest rapper in Ghana. He is also a talented songwriter and a versatile artiste capable of delivering compelling performances in a variety of music genres.  He can rap, sing, do dancehall, pop music and much more. As an international artiste from Ghana, Quata Budukusu is fluent in both English and Twi compositions. In fact, he started his musical career by combining English and Ghanaian vibe (Twi) in the hip-hop genre.

Last year, a 35-year-old Budukusu made his expected way back to the stage, signed to Bakus Records and Entertainment, after a six-year period of being away from music. His return is solid as can be. Quata Budukusu is already out with numerous singles which include; “Wind N Go low” and “One Life to Live” produced by Diaz Qlasik, “Pum Pum Shots” produced by Vegas Ace, and “Ohia” produced by King Joe just to mention a few. This is just the beginning as he has over hundred songs recorded for his new album, Quantum Legacy, to be released later this year. He also recorded with Uhuru group from South Africa last year, and he is in the process of releasing both the video and audio for the song titled “Ginger.” Ginger was recorded by DJ Clap in South Africa with the video directed by Director Cube of Kacube Creatives also from South Africa.

In this yet to be released album, a mature Quata Budukusu steers through a variety of music genres, while keeping its roots as a talented African musician and twisting tongue master. Apparently, he is showing that his hibernation period made him grow as an artiste and performant. Without a doubt, his latest job is the most versatile hip-life masterpiece yet to hit the world.

Listen to some of the works of Quata Budukusu under Bakus Records and Entertainment here.

http://www.hulkshare.com/bakusgrp

https://soundcloud.com/bakusgrp

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnSp652D9Ga--X2WwDyceWA

 

Source: Bakus Radio, USA - www.bakusradio.com

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24/Jan/2017

Sarkodie's rap style different from mine - Quata Budukusu

Ghanaian hiplife musician, Quata Budukusu, known in real life as Jacob Kwame Etroo has said, his style of rap is entirely different from his fellow musician, Sarkodie.

He was responding to a question asked him by award winning entertainment show host, Agyemang Prempeh on Rainbow Radio 87.5 Fm.

Asked to determine who is a better rapper between himself and Sarkodie, Quata Budukusu said, he cannot describe himself as better than Sarkodie or Sarkodie as better them him since they do things differently.

The artiste in 2008 released what entertainment critics described as one of the best tunes in that year. The song Baby featured Paa Dogo.

The artiste is out with a double single, ‘Ginger’ and ‘Hallelujah.'

According to him, the audio for ‘Ginger’ is already out, and the video will drop on Monday, January 30, 2017.

Quata Budukusu has four albums to his credit.

 

Source: rainbowradioonline.com

 

 

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28/Jan/2017

Quata Budukusu out with second single - Hallelujah!

God has been good for me, my family, friends, fans, and even our enemies and there is the need to glorify His name - Quata Budukusu. Quata Budukusu has shown his versatility in music once again by releasing a gospel-like tune, Hallelujah, after his hot single, Ginger, which featured Uhuru group from South Africa.

Quata Budukusu’s second single for 2017, Hallelujah, was produced by Ephraim Beatz. In Hallelujah, Quata Budukusu is calling on all the living souls to give praise to the creator of the universe. Quata Budukusu maintained that all living souls who made it to the year 2017 should “Join me make we sing and give Him praise” because we don’t deserve better than those that lost their lives in the year 2016 and even years before that. Quata Budukusu gave his testimony in the song because he believes he does not deserve to be here but just by the grace of the Almighty. We are all winners for making it to 2017 regardless of what must have happened in years before the year 2017.

Quata Budukusu called on God to protect and provide us with Angles stronger than “Bruce Lee” since the devil has started roaring in 2017. Take a listen to the song whiles meditating. Remember to pray, give Him the praise and adoration so far as you are still among the living soul.  We are not better than the dead.

 

Source: Bakus Radio, USA - (www.bakusradio.com)

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29/Jan/2017