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Tulenkey Takes Aim at Ghana’s Governance in ‘Nkrumah’s Mood’ EP

Ghanaian rapper Tulenkey takes center stage with his latest project, the ‘Nkrumah’s Mood’ EP. This two-track release serves as a poignant reflection on the current state of Ghana, with Tulenkey expressing his concerns about the economic and governance challenges facing the nation.

With ‘Nkrumah’s Mood,’ Tulenkey steps into the role of a musical activist, using his artistry to highlight the various issues plaguing Ghana. The EP serves as a platform for Tulenkey to voice his discontent and shed light on the socio-political landscape.

The EP consists of two tracks, namely ‘Sad Nkrumah’ and ‘Angry Nkrumah.’ Each track delves into a different aspect of the rapper’s concerns, personifying the mood of Ghana’s first President, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, in the contemporary context.

Tulenkey draws a stark comparison between the era of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah and the current governance under the leadership of H.E. Nana Akuffo-Addo. Through his lyrics, Tulenkey navigates the historical landscape to address how the country has evolved, or in some aspects, devolved.

In the track ‘Sad Nkrumah,’ Tulenkey explores the melancholy side of the historical figure, expressing a sense of sorrow and disappointment about the current state of affairs. The lyrics delve into the nostalgia of a bygone era, emphasizing the perceived decline.

‘Angry Nkrumah’ takes a more assertive stance, reflecting the frustration and displeasure felt by Tulenkey. The track serves as a musical commentary on the issues that evoke anger and resentment, urging listeners to critically examine the state of the nation.

Listen below.

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Written by joseph ofori

Singer, Songwriter, blogger, lover of the creative arts.

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