Ghanaian rapper and song writer,Peter Famiyeh Bozah also known as Fameye has opened up on why many young artist are not seen performing with a live band.
According to the rapper, the COVID-19 has helped him learn a lot including performing with a live band which he does not do usually since he is seen miming when he performs. He added that, virtual shows are boring to him and disclosed that many young artists like Kidi, Kuami Eugene, Kurl Songs and himself are very good when it comes to performing with a live band but people underrate them for that.
In a One on One interview with Regina Vanhelvert on Rythm live today, Fameye disclosed that he thought he was going to make a lot of money this year but unfortunately the recent pandemic has not allowed him do so.
However, he strategizes by playing private shows for “big men” and steaming which has not been so bad for him.
Speaking on his new song which celebrates legendary hip-life musician, Okomfuor Kwadee, the rapper explained that he has so much love for the legendary musician and listens to his songs a lot which and gets inspiration from some of his music.
Fameye complimented Okumfuor Kwadee as a great storyteller and feels he has a connection with him since his music is mostly about story telling too.
In advising upcoming artists, Fameye urged them to never settle for less and believe in themselves and never sign contracts out of frustration.
By Fuseina Issaka |TalksAfrica.com|