The rapper performed for a crowd in the United States of America while rapping and singing about Ghanaian customs and culture.
He discussed the freedom Ghana attained thanks to Dr. Kwame Nkrumah and provided the names of some well-known towns in the nation.
In the song, the rapper referenced some well-known Ghanaian towns and utilized a few Twi terms. He expressed pride in Africa and the ability of some African presidents to safeguard their citizens while in office by demonstrating black brilliance and leadership in his freestyle.
He identified other nearby towns, including Osu and Kumasi. Throughout his freestyle, he also referenced “Akwaaba” and Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, the founder and liberation warrior of Ghana.
American rapper, singer-songwriter, and record producer Chance the Rapper, real name Chancelor Johnathan Bennett, is from the United States. In 2012, Bennett released his first mixtape, 10 Day. In 2013, after releasing his second mixtape, Acid Rap, he started to become well-known.
Then, in 2016, he released his third mixtape, Coloring Book, which received even more praise and attention from critics. He won three Grammy Awards for it, including one for Best Rap Album, making it the first streaming-only album to do so. It reached number eight on the Billboard 200. 2019 saw the release of The Great Day, his first studio album.