Accomplished Ghanaian Afrobeat and Hip-hop artist, Michael Takyi Frimpong, widely known as Lordpaper, has enthralled fans with his unique voice and exhilarating music. His breakthrough single, “Dzigbordi,” released in August 2019, catapulted him to fame within the Ghanaian music scene, garnering immense love and recognition from audiences.
Lord Paper’s musical prowess extends beyond his solo releases, as evidenced by his notable collaboration with Ghanaian Hip-hop artist Bosom P-Yung on the hit track “Asa Bone,” which took the music industry by storm in 2020. The song’s infectious rhythm and catchy lyrics propelled it to the top spot on popular platforms like TikTok and various streaming services, solidifying Lordpaper’s reputation as a versatile artist capable of delivering captivating Afrobeat and Hip-hop tunes.
After a brief hiatus following the release of his last single, “Headache,” in 2020, Lord Paper left fans and entertainment enthusiasts eagerly speculating about his next move. However, the Ghanaian sensation recently announced his triumphant return to the music scene with an untamed extended play (EP) aptly titled “The Son of God.” The EP has generated substantial anticipation among Lordpaper’s dedicated fan base, eager to experience his innovative and captivating musical offerings.
While the release date for “The Son of God” EP remains imminent, Lord Paper has already treated his fans to a tantalizing glimpse of his forthcoming project by unveiling a single from the EP. This strategic move has created a buzz among his followers, intensifying the anticipation for the full EP release.
As Lord Paper prepares to unleash his musical creativity once again, fans and music enthusiasts can expect a captivating blend of Afrobeat and Hip-hop that showcases his unique voice and artistic vision. With his previous successes and the growing anticipation surrounding his latest project, Lordpaper’s return promises to be nothing short of extraordinary, leaving an indelible mark on the Ghanaian music landscape.