Glory In Pain by O’Kenneth & XlimKid

o'kenneth & xlimkid glory in pain

O’Kenneth & XlimKid – Glory In Pain

O’Kenneth & XlimKid Unleash Drill Excellence with “Glory In Pain” EP

Ghanaian drill has been steadily carving its niche in the global music scene, and the genre’s rising stars, O’Kenneth and XlimKid, are taking the movement to new heights with their latest EP, “Glory In Pain.”

This six-track project not only solidifies their place in the burgeoning drill scene but also introduces a captivating blend of lyrical prowess and raw energy.

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What adds an extra layer of excitement to the EP are the collaborations with fellow drill sensations Jay Bahd and City Boy, creating a synergy that promises an unforgettable listening experience.

Tracklist Overview:

Glory In Pain

The title track serves as the EP’s anchor, immediately immersing listeners in the gritty, unapologetic world of O’Kenneth and XlimKid. The duo explores the dichotomy of finding glory amid life’s struggles, delivering intense verses over a backdrop of hard-hitting beats and haunting melodies.

Lonely Road

“Lonely Road” takes a more introspective turn, offering a glimpse into the artists’ personal journeys. The track navigates the challenges of solitude, with O’Kenneth and XlimKid reflecting on the sacrifices made on their individual paths to success. The production mirrors the emotional depth of the lyrics, creating a powerful sonic experience.

Get Better

The EP takes a motivational turn with “Get Better,” encouraging perseverance in the face of adversity. O’Kenneth and XlimKid share their stories of resilience, emphasizing the importance of growth and improvement. The track features infectious energy, driven by relentless beats and a catchy chorus that amplifies its motivational message.


The collaboration with XlimKid adds an extra layer of intensity to “Yenko.” The artists seamlessly complement each other’s styles, creating a dynamic track that explores themes of camaraderie, success, and the unbreakable bonds forged in the pursuit of greatness. The chemistry between O’Kenneth and XlimKid, elevates “Yenko” to a standout moment on the EP.


“Simple” takes a minimalist approach, both in its production and lyrical content. O’Kenneth and XlimKid navigate the complexities of relationships and the desire for simplicity in the midst of chaos. The stripped-down beats and poignant lyrics showcase the duo’s versatility, adding a touch of vulnerability to the EP.

Bad Energy (feat. City Boy):

Closing out the EP is “Bad Energy,” featuring the distinctive style of City Boy. The track delves into the theme of negativity and the resilience required to navigate a world filled with bad energy. O’Kenneth, XlimKid, and City Boy deliver fierce verses over an ominous beat, leaving a lasting impression on the listener.

“Glory In Pain” stands as a testament to the evolving sound of Ghanaian drill, with O’Kenneth and XlimKid leading the charge. The EP’s collaboration with Jay Bahd and City Boy adds a collaborative spirit that enhances the overall sonic experience.

As the world continues to take notice of Ghana’s drill scene, “Glory In Pain” serves as a bold statement, solidifying O’Kenneth and XlimKid’s status as pioneers in the genre. This EP is not just a collection of tracks; it’s a sonic journey that encapsulates the essence of Ghanaian drill and sets the stage for the genre’s global ascent.



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Sampson Halm

Sampson Halm is a Ghanaian blogger.

Halm grew up in Takoradi, a city located in the Western Region of Ghana. He received his early education at Bethel Methodist Primary & J.H.S in Takoradi. For his higher education, he enrolled at Takoradi Technical University, where he successfully earned an HND in purchasing and supply.

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