Entertainment of Wednesday, 27 December 2017
The ‘Man’s Not Hot’ hitmaker Michael Dapaah popularly known as Big Shaq has described himself as a man of faith who believes in God.
The English rapper, actor, and comedian of Ghanaian descent who is in Ghana for the first time after he became famous with his hit single ‘Man’s Not Hot’ told the media that he believes God favoured him to shine among his colleagues.
“I take what I do seriously and I believe that things just matched up and it ended the way it is going but it wasn’t overnight,” he said.
The UK-based Ghanaian rapper advised up and coming musicians to keep doing what they do creatively for one day they will get their breakthrough.
Michael Dapaah apart from rap, is also known for his mockumentary SWIL (Somewhere in London) which began by garnering a social following for his brief comedic online skits, which he then adapted into his mockumentary series on YouTube and amassed over 1 million views in its first series. for publishing.