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Austria-based Ghanaian hip-hop artiste, TBKofficixl releases new singles

By Guardian Music
02 July 2022   |   12:30 am
Austria-based Ghanaian Hip Hop artiste, Agyei Roland, popularly known as TBKofficixl, is unrelenting about his ambition to consistently grab the international headlines, following the release of his two new singles. The singles are: Jordan Emblem and Fick Die Neider, translated in English language as 'Fuck The Envious'. TBKofficixl released both tracks in June 2022, with…

Agyei Roland, popularly known as TBKofficixl, is a Ghanaian hip-hop artiste based in Austria.

Austria-based Ghanaian Hip Hop artiste, Agyei Roland, popularly known as TBKofficixl, is unrelenting about his ambition to consistently grab the international headlines, following the release of his two new singles.

The singles are: Jordan Emblem and Fick Die Neider, translated in English language as ‘Fuck The Envious’. TBKofficixl released both tracks in June 2022, with the talented singer also dropping the video for ‘Fuck The Envious’, a strongly-worded single on it’s way to becoming a hit.

TBKofficixl is one of the fastest growing Hip Hop/rap artiste in the world, despite being popular for not doing his lyrics in any of the world’s three most popular languages. The African spits some of the best lines in rap-music.

His fluency in German, which is spoken in the country of his residence, is extraordinary and exceptional, and he flows effortlessly in the language, which makes him unique and attractive to curious hip hop fans.

TBKofficixl’s latest tracks are raking in the numbers on all streaming international platforms. ‘Fuck The Envious’, the 2 minutes and 46 seconds single, has almost 21,000 views on YouTube within one month for a rap song done in an unpopular language.

The artiste is no a stranger to his fans, as he had first won many hearts to himself in 2020, when he released ‘Bad Man’.

On Spotify, an audio streaming and media services provider and one of the largest music streaming service providers with over 422 million monthly active users, TBKofficixl attracts at least 5,000 listeners on a monthly basis.

In 2017, TBKofficixl released a 13-track album titled Polymorphose and featured Crest in seven of the songs. His songs are not for kids, as they contain Parental Advisory because of explicit content, which he uses to convey his thoughts and messages.

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