Reggie’s Most High EP is a strong statement from the Ghanaian Asakaa scene, and it comes at a time when there is a lot of debate about the origins of drill music in Africa. Reggie and his collaborators are clearly asserting that Ghana has a legitimate claim to the genre, and they are doing it with some of the most exciting and innovative drill music on the continent.
The EP is full of hard-hitting beats and catchy hooks, and Reggie’s rapping is sharp and confident. He’s not afraid to tackle social issues, and he does so with a refreshing honesty. The guest features are all well-chosen, and they add to the overall energy of the EP.
Most High is a great addition to the Ghanaian Asakaa scene, and it’s sure to be a hit with fans of drill music all over Africa. It’s also a timely release, as it comes at a time when the Nigerian drill scene is trying to claim ownership of the genre. Reggie and his collaborators are making it clear that Ghana is not to be ignored, and they are putting their own unique stamp on drill music.
Kindly appreciate ‘Most High’ by Reggie below.