Tulenkey, Kweku Flick, and Oseikrom Sikanii joined forces on the track “22,” a catchy and energetic hip-hop anthem that pays tribute to their Ghanaian roots. The song’s title refers to the number of regions in Ghana, and each artist represents their own region. Tulenkey hails from the Greater Accra Region, Kweku Flick and Oseikrom Sikanii is from the Ashanti Region.
The song’s beat is a blend of traditional Ghanaian rhythms and modern hip-hop production, giving it a unique and infectious sound. The lyrics celebrate Ghanaian culture, with references to popular foods like jollof rice and waakye, as well as the country’s vibrant music scene.
Tulenkey, Kweku Flick, and Oseikrom Sikanii each bring their own style and flow to the track, showcasing the diversity of Ghanaian hip-hop. Tulenkey’s rapid-fire delivery and clever wordplay are a highlight, while Kweku Flick’s melodic flow and introspective lyrics add depth to the song. Oseikrom Sikanii’s energetic performance rounds out the trio, making “22” a true collaboration.
Beyond its catchy beat and clever lyrics, “22” is also a celebration of Ghanaian unity. The song brings together artists from different regions and backgrounds, highlighting the diversity and richness of Ghanaian culture. In a world that often focuses on division and conflict, “22” is a reminder of the power of music to bring people together.
As Ghanaian hip-hop continues to gain global recognition, artists like Tulenkey, Kweku Flick, and Oseikrom Sikanii are leading the way. With their unique styles and commitment to celebrating their roots, they are putting Ghanaian hip-hop on the map. “22” is a testament to their talent and a celebration of their culture, making it a must-listen for fans of hip-hop and world music alike.