Ghanaian singer and songwriter, Akwaboah disclosed that he believes his songs are generational especially with his “I do love you” song which almost 7 years and still a hit song.
In an The “Breakfast Review Discussion” on Gh one TV this morning, the singer said one of his goals is to do something that would last for about 15 to 20 years. He added that he knows it may be hard since most Ghanaians love to listen to Afrobeats and dancehall kind of songs.
Speaking on his new project titled “One Day”, the singer explained that if one is in a relationship with people and want to leave the relationship because they don’t love you enough or probably think you don’t love them back end they leave, it would be advisable for one to respect themselves and leave that relationship because he believes in the long run the person would come back to you
However, Akwaboah described himself as a “church boy” because he is mostly at church and believes everyone has a personal relationship with God. He revealed that some people are mostly shy to show that they love God in public and he explained that he does not mind doing an album full of gospel when he feels like doing it.
By Fuseina Issaka |TalksAfrica.com|