Rapper Osei Kwaku Vincent from Ghana, also known as “Strongman” in the entertainment industry, claims that rap battles provide artists the chance to show off their capabilities to their rivals.
It has been increasingly popular for Ghanaian musicians to engage in verbal fights with one another through song, which frequently attracts greater attention from music fans.
The multiple award-winning rapper claims that beefing gives rappers a stage on which to express their emotions and demonstrate how much better they are than their rivals.
Strongman told GNA Entertainment that: “Beefing is a place to pour your emotions and prove to your opponent that you are a better rapper.
“With how beef is relevant, it depends on who you are beefing or how people are interested in that beef, but for me personally, I don’t like beef though, but as a hard rapper, you can’t take beef from your activities,” he said.