Dressing in traditional outfits has been a humble call of certain prominent figures in the country over the ages as they claim it’s the one true way of selling our rich culture to the outside world.
Several artistes like Manifest, King Ayisoba and Wiyaala are part of the several artistes who have an international repute and always show up in traditional costumes, giving their brand a local appeal.
Ghanaian rapper Worlasi Lanagani, known in showbiz as Worlasi is part of the several artistes making waves for their traditional dressing brand.
In a recent interview with Zylofon Fm’s Sammy Flex on Thursday, the rapper has explained the reason for his patronage of traditional dressing.
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As monitored by ghlinks.com.gh, the rapper told host Sammy Flex that he is a strong advocate of our rich culture and blends it in his music every time. He added that he doesn’t see reason in always promoting the rich Ghanaian culture and product in his music and speeches and go back to wearing tattered jeans and shirts when he shows up, an act he said would make him a liar.
“Worlasi is a person trying to promote culture and also promote made in Ghana products so when I’m having a promo and I’m always talking about moving Ghana forward and all these things and come on stage wearing tattered jeans and a shirt what will I be telling my people?”, he said.