Snoop Dogg to visit Ghana soon; learns Twi

Award-winning Ghanaian Afrobeats artist and rapper Bashir Annan, better known as Gambo, had a productive networking session with US rap icon, actor, and entrepreneur Snoop Dogg after previously holding meetings with legendary American icons like Jermaine Dupri, Timberland, and Jim Jones, who is confirmed to be on the Remix of GAMBO’s hit Record DRIP, along with other music executives.

Snoop Dogg was told by Gambo, the crooner of “Cut Soap,” on his future musical album, which he is now recording in the United States, during the meeting.

Snoop Dogg urged the “Settle” singer to keep pushing and pushing the boundaries because he was impressed by the amount of effort Gambo has been putting into his music career.

The proprietor of Death Row Records and the creator of Doggy Style Records then made a hint that he will be traveling to Ghana shortly.

Snoop Dogg to visit Ghana soon; learns Twi

Remarkably, Gambo took advantage of the chance to teach Snoop Dogg twi, the Akan language, so he can readily converse with Ghanaians in the local dialect when he visits the country. Gambo has dedicated his illustrious music career to promoting the positive aspects of Ghana internationally to promote tourism and diaspora investment.

Snoop Dogg enjoyed himself immensely throughout the little teaching session, and even picked up a few new Twi terms, such Akwaaba, which means “welcome.”

The African Pre-Grammy Awards Global Affairs event was taking place in Los Angeles, California, when Gambo and Snoop Dogg met.

The CEO of All We Do Is Work, Terry Williams, founded the Global Affairs event, which is hosted by Godfather Entertainment and features CEO Michael Harris, who is also the co-founder of Death Roll Records.

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