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Ghanaian Footballer Owusu Beyie Quits Football to Become a Rapper

Former Ghanaian winger Quincy Owusu-Abeyie left football at 33 to become a rap star and released a solo mixing tape.

The former man of Arsenal and the Black Stars of Ghana who now bears the name of Blow, has been recording songs for years.

Ghanaian footballer Owusu Beyie quits football to become a rapper

Abeyie, now Blow, raps about education in the difficult Dutch quarter of Biljmermeer, where he saw drug use and crime on a daily basis as a child.

He justifies his stage name because he used to “spend all his money” by leading a “flashy lifestyle”.

On the cover of the EP entitled New Chapter, he sits with an Arsenal jersey hanging with “Quincy 54” on the back.

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Ghanaian footballer Owusu Beyie quits football to become a rapper

Speaking about his tremendous passage into the world of music, Owusu-Abeyie said, “I’ve been thinking about it for a long time.”

“Now that I release my first solo mixing cassette, I want to show the world: that’s me. That’s what I’m doing now. ”

“There was no guy like Ronald de Boer in our neighborhood who said” With football you have a future “.

“My models were the money creators of the neighborhood. The men on the street who were driving in horrible cars. ”That was the s *** for me, later I got older and I made other choices.”

“I hope to make people in the neighborhood proud. First as a footballer and now as an artist. ”

Ghanaian footballer Owusu Beyie quits football to become a rapper
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