The remix was dropped on March 4th, in the run up to Ghanian Independence Day (6th March).
The visuals, directed by KooPokuStudios, were shot out in Ghana, a country that seemed to be the place to be towards the end of 2020. In the visuals we can see Yaw Tog surrounded by his boys on a basketball court.
Yaw Tog is joined by a shirtless Big Mike aka Stormzy who spits straight fire on the drill beat stating it’s a ‘bare chest ting when I walk through Ghana’. Later on in the remix Kwesi Arthur jumps on the beat keeping the pace with his bars. Kwesi Arthur is considered to be one of the best young artists out in Ghana and was nominated for Best International Act at the 2018 BET Awards.
Sore was first released five months ago by Yaw Tog. The track featured four other Ghanaian Drill artists O’Kenneth, City Boy ,Reggie and JayBahd. The music video went viral, appearing on numerous Twitter and Instagram pages, and has now received a staggering 2 million views on YouTube.
Fans took to Twitter to show Yaw Tog, Kwesi Arthur and Stormzy some love:
— 🇬🇭Son of Regwangwan (@Eskimi_Citizen) March 4, 2021
— yo (@brightinart) March 4, 2021
— Yaw Spartan (@_deAlvin) March 4, 2021
Yaw Tog seems to be waving the flag for Ghanaian Drill, what else can we be expecting from the young Drill artist?
Let us know what you think of the Sore Remix @pieradio, and happy Ghanaian Independence Day to all celebrating!