M.anifest’s fifth full-length album, Madina To The Universe, is set to be released on
Thursday, November 18, 2021.
Ahead of the release of the much-anticipated album, the rapper’s iconic image, as well the
cover art of the album have been painted on walls at the Atomic roundabout, a stone throw
away from his beloved ‘hood’ – Madina.
Madina To The Universe is inspired by Madina – the community he grew up in. Describing
the impact Madina has had on him, M.anifest said: “Madina is my ‘village’ within my city.
A formative place for me as a child. Beyond memories, it is where my mom and grandma still live, alongside colourful people and places that gave shaped the window through which I see the world.”
The beautiful murals were painted by Ghanaian graffiti artist, Scrapa. The graffiti artist
tweeted on the murals he made and said: “The presence of the god has been made.”
Singer/rapper Worlasi, several M.aniFans and others on social media have been reacting to
the murals by Scrapa:
— Mokobi pentop (@EOntoba) November 14, 2021
— the.kpeny's.for.your.totes ♎️kα¥• bO.βo♋️♊ (@AhKelvyn) November 14, 2021