“Badness” is a common used mostly by Reggae/Dancehall crooners. The term “badness” is Jamaican parlance actually means “toughness”.
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Flexer Gh, rising Ghanaian Reggae/Dancehall and Afrobeats crooner coins his lines into the “Badness” theme to preach a message of positivity into the youths on the struggle to make ends meet.
More often than not, many of such struggling and rising youths are faced with backlash, backbiting, backstabbers and gossips while working their way to the top. In this new video, he accentuates the message craftily captured by video director Fargo. So was produced by Brainy Beatz.
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Artiste Brief Biography
He is the CEO of Bada Movement and Sedrick Group Of Companies. Born in a family of two to Mr. Thomas Ahiamadia and Mrs Evelyn Agbavor in Dzodze a town in the Ketu North District of Ghana.
He has two siblings Queen Eunice Ahiamadia and Courage Gawu. He completed firm Foundation Senior High School in the Greater Accra Region. As a child, he was introduced to music by his late brother, Edem, who was an ewe rapper.
Flexer Gh cross the borders of Ghana in his early stage of his career. Flexer Gh has hit points that prove he is the next big thing in Ghana music industry as he describes himself as the Dancehall God.
Flexer Gh has mark his name in other African countries such as Nigeria, Namibia and south Africa and has been the only Artist from Ghana that has ever appeared in the Rhymes Chat and enjoyed praises from Nigeria music industry social pages.
Flexer Gh has appeared in the Friday rendezvous newspaper, Rhymes twitter page Unizik FM. The Nigeria newspapers described him as the demon of God.