Asamoah Gyan: football’s latest rapper

Ollie Irish

5th, July 2007

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Asamoah.jpgAsamoah Gyan – the Ghana striker who made a big impression at the 2006 World Cup – is the latest footballer to be tempted into the recording studio. The Udinese player has recorded a track for the new album of Castro, dubbed ‘Ghana’s 50 Cent’.
The 21-year-old forward could see the song released as a single. He is the latest in a long line of footballers to have a go at rapping. Previous ‘ballers to release tunes of varying degrees of phatness include Benni McCarthy, Clint Dempsey and, of course, John Barnes!

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  1. Dom says:

    Don’t forget Drogbashite, or whatever he calls himself.

  2. Space Moose says:

    How could you forget the short-lived but truly atrocious rap career of Andy Cole. Sample rhyme, from his single ‘Outstanding’:
    ‘Man United forever, whatever the weather. Less than 100%? Never’
    Dear sweet mother of Christ . . .