5 photos that prove M.anifest looks dapper in African prints

Rapper and Songwriter of the Year 2008 at the City Pages Awards, deserves an award from the Fashion Industry for promoting African wear on both local and international platforms

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Award winning Ghanaian rapper and songwriter, M.anifest, is always pictured in African prints in his videos and at any gathering.

Born Kwame Ametepee Tsikata, M.anifest, is a true definition of an African man.

The Best Rapper of the year at the 2013  Ghana Music Awards sells the African culture his music videos and lyrics.

The No Shortcut to Heaven singer also wears two or more handmade African beads in different forms and shapes, which sells the rich Ghanaian culture and artefacts to the world.

The Makaa Maka hit maker is the son of Tsatsu Tsikata, a Ghanaian academician and lawyer.

Rapper and Songwriter of the Year 2008 at the  City Pages Awards deserves an award from the Fashion Industry for promoting the handmade African outfits on both local and international platforms.

Congratulations to his designer for his choice of prints and creative designs.

M.anifest graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics at Macalester College.

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