The song is mostly about love, but Santan Dave’s rap line includes a reference to Gyan’s quarterfinal penalty miss against Uruguay in the 2010 World Cup.
“Hennessy, Casamigos, it’s all in the car,” the British rapper remarked in one of his lines.
“My name is Asamoah Gyan, and this is how I hit the bar.”
Following the release of the song, one bar in his rap went popular on Ghana Twitter, with Gyan even getting to the top of the trends as of Monday evening.
However, the former Ghana striker, who enjoys music, appears to recognise the lighter side of the song and reacted on Twitter with some fire emojis.
Gyan, who is now retired, has previously blended athletics and music, recording a couple of duets with his late buddy and singer Castro.
In 2010, the pair released the song “African Girls,” which became a global smash, as well as “Do the Dance” a year later.
Gyan hasn’t released many songs since Castro’s disappearance, but he still sings with his personal band and has a track with dancehall musician Stonebwoy.