EFA WOHO BEN! E.L scoffs at vilifiers

On “Efa Wo Ho Ben,” rapper EL, over three verses, deploys biting sarcasm as he navigates daily criticism thrown at him by virtue of the fact that he is...
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On “Efa Wo Ho Ben,” rapper EL, over three verses, deploys biting sarcasm as he navigates daily criticism thrown at him by virtue of the fact that he is a famed musician.

The hip-hop record, published under EL’s V.O Nation, samples a choral number that translates as “how does that concern you?” Overall, the song admonishes people to, well, mind their business.

EL is recipient of multiple honours, and is best known for the songs “Obuu Mo”, “Kaalu”, “One Ghana”, “Auntie Martha”, “Shelele”, “Mi Naa Bo Po,” “Koko” and “KaaBuAme.” His albums include Something Else (2012), ELOM (2016), B.A.R. 3: The Lomi Era, B.A.R 4, and BVR.

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