Kofi Kinaata has ridiculously claimed the bane of Ghana’s problems are squarely lumped in the patriotic songs we have.
The Fante rap King and multiple award-winner whose songwriting prowess has seen him winning numerous Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) said a song like ‘Yen Ara Asaase Ni’ has been loosely translated by the locals who think Ghana’s land belongs to everybody.
He says it’s for this reason that people put up all manner of structures on waterways and every available space they come across indiscriminately. Watch the video below;
In other news, Ghanaian musician AK Songstress has maintained that it’s only a matter of time before she would take on the African stage with her craft.
The singer and Dancehall act made this bold declaration on the heels of the success her newest single ‘Jonathan’ has chalked.
“I’ve known this day would come for a long time. I know I’m going to (SICK) become one of Africa’s top stars. It will happen, I am stating unequivocally. This is only the beginning; I thank all of my followers and God for keeping me alive till now,” she said in an interview with Hitz103.9FM.
AK further acknowledged the huge role her team at Paradise Entertainment has played in her career so far as their hard work is now paying off in the shape of Jonathan.
“My management is the biggest blessing in my career because without them, I wouldn’t be where I am now.” It hasn’t been easy, and the same management has been in place since the beginning. They’ll be there for as long as I wish to work with my current management.”
Finally, AK Songstress has called on Ghanaians to rally support behind her and other GH artistes akin to the massive support Nigerians get from their legions of fans.
“After two weeks, when my song Jonathan was out, it started doing well. People said that they were unaware that this new song was Nigerian… Let’s embrace that since they assumed it was Nigerian when you heard the buzz about it… when it started blowing from Nigeria. “That is Ghana’s problem,” she concluded.
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