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Rayoe bets on himself on the ” Miracle Road” to Success.

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It’s been an arduous journey for Rayoe on his career path to greatness. Weaving through the labyrinth of life while documenting his experience through cinematic lyrics, Rayoe launches his latest single, “Miracle Road,” depicting a gritty tale on a backdrop of smooth jazz horns layered over mellifluous synths and drums to complete the trap base production.

The rapper maps out his quest from the tropical shores of West Africa to the bright lights of Manhattan and eventually lands on the sunny hills of Los Angeles.

Although the video was shot on the coastlines of both Ghana and California, Rayoe rhymes, “I trace my legacy back to Yendi,” embracing his ancestral lineage and roots to the Dagomba tribe located in the northern region of Ghana. 

The honesty encapsulated in this song, coupled with its relatability, is why “Miracle Road” transcends different demographic and cultural barriers. Both verses are thought-provoking and personal, complimented by a harmonious ear candy hook that serves as the cherry on top of the icing. 

“Miracle Road” isn’t a song you casually play at a party while conversing. It’s most suitable for a “dolo” car ride when embarking on a long trip while reflecting on life… With the song on replay of cause : )

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