Bosom P Yung Reveals How He Came Up With The Name
He is the new face in the Ghanaian music clique and a quick rising web based life sensation for his brilliant yet amusing music video ‘Ataa Adwoa’ which is the new rave.
An extremely entertaining figure; slim, a one of a kind feeling of design, red-colored hair, impossible to miss move moves and generally speaking, his name Bosom P Yung.
As questionable as his name may sound particularly in Ghanaian neighborhood language, ‘Chest’ signifies ‘lesser god’, the artiste has a magnificent explanation behind his name.
In a meeting on TV3’s NewDay, he told have Berla Mundi “I got my name from the Bible since we as indicated by the creation story, God made man in his own picture and that makes us littler divine beings too in light of the fact that we are copies of God himself.”
He further clarified, “for P Yung, the P represents Prince which is my name and I picked Yung on the grounds that I am the most youthful child of my family.”
At the point when asked his thought process behind picking ‘Chest’ he uncovered: “in our nearby speech, we firmly accept that everything from or by a divinity or ‘chest’ is unnerving as is my melodic profession which I need to be so startling and extraordinary.”