I laugh when people say my career will die because unless they kill God — Jay Bahd

Exclusive News Ghanaian drill and hip-hop artist Jay Bahd
Ghanaian drill and hip-hop artist Jay Bahd

Kumasi-based hip hop and drill artist Jay Bahd is shrugging off naysayers who claim that his music career will not last.

In a post on his X handle on Thursday, April 18, the drill rapper stated that he laughs at those who say his career will die down.

Jay Bahd noted that he sees his music not just as a job but as a permanent lifestyle and means of expression.

"When people say my carrier go die down I sit home n laugh saaa cos I no get some already whatever you guys are seeing is my lifestyle so how ego fi die down unless they kill God," Jay Bahd wrote.

The musician, born Jackson Kwadwo Bawuah, has seen streaming success on platforms like Boomplay with his hard-hitting drill tracks.

Over the past year, Jay Bahd has risen from an underground darling in Kumasi to a viral sensation across Ghana.

His scene-stealing verse on the breakout hit "Sore", alongside stars like Yaw Tog, O'Kenneth and City Boy boosted his profile nationally.

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