The 19-year-old drill star, who graduated from Opoku Ware Senior High School in Kumasi in October of last year and is now a Free SHS graduate, claims he has no plans to pursue his education in Ghana.
Talking to Ghanaian blogger Zion Felix, the “Sore” singer. Yaw Tog said when asked when he will continue his education, “I don’t want to go to school [university] in Ghana.”
Yaw Tog claims that he has applied to universities in “the UK and the US,” adding, “you know there’s no option for me beyond these two. These two nations are absolutely my favorites. When asked if he’d go back to Ghana after finishing his four years of school, Yaw said, “Oh absolutely. No doubt. I’ll be a citizen after I leave, therefore
He responded, “I know the ways to be a citizen there,” when asked if he intended to do this through a relationship with a partner in any of the aforementioned countries “. He said, “In twenty years, maybe, I won’t be in Ghana,” revealing what led him to pursue citizenship abroad.
The Ghanaian musician claims that although he would like to continue to be a Ghanaian, he wants to acquire another citizenship because he needs “a change of environment, “That will include a complete relocation in addition to frequent trips to the West.
With his drill tracks, Yaw Tag has managed to burst into the mainstream and win thousands of fans. When Ghanaian-British rapper Stormzy and Kwesi Arthur joined the remix of the song, Yaw Tag gained a broader audience.
He received two significant honors this year. With “Sore,” he took home two awards in 2021: “Hiphop Song of the Year” at the 3Music Awards and “Best Hip-Pop Song of the Year” at the Vodafone Ghana Awards.
In addition, Yaw Tog has the distinction of being the first Ghanaian artist to have one million views on his music video on YouTube within the first three days of its debut.