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Ace broadcaster and radio presenter, Abeiku Aggrey Santana has wrapped up the rapper Okyeame Kwame as a hub of intelligence.

He declared this on the friday edition of Okay FM's Drive Time radio show, 'Ekwanso Dwoodwoo' on October 14, 2014.

As host of the show he made the said remark whiles introducing the rapper as guest on the show: " He has a long standing vision to inspire creative difference, an objective he seeks to achieve with quality music, philanthropy, films, inspirations and mentorship. He is described as creative, intelligent, consistent, friendly, versatile.”

"Okyeame Kwame is an institution of knowledge", he added.

The Rap Dacter was in the studio to premier his new single 'It's OK'. The show also saw him perform live renditions of his songs, cutting across the old and new times.

The premier saw an interview with the rapper on his music career, family life, education as well as matters relating to the music industry. Abeiku among other things applauded the musician on his patronage of live music and ability to enthuse his listeners with the art.

Digesting further, he remarked how impressive the artiste has been in maintaining a long-standing grip on his career; attributing his successes to an effective management workout and quality productions.

The versatile rapper's new song 'It's OK which ' features Nero X and produced my Peewezel is a Hiplife live-recorded piece that is intended to spark an intrinsic motivation in the listener. Okyeame's creativity on this song is a thing much to be revered.

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