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People are fed up with Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Sarkodie, Samini, and others – Abrewa Nana



Ghanian artist, Dorcas Opoku Dakwa, prevalently known as Abrewa Nana has alluded to returning into the music scene with full power refering to that another morning is going to start in the music business.

Abrewa Nana known for hit tunes like ‘Odo Filla’ and ‘Esisi Me So’ helped increased current standards in the dancehall music type during the 90s and 2000s.

She agitated a standing for herself and fairly made ready for ladies to be heard in the present day somewhat Hiplife and dancehall music everywhere turning into an easily recognized name for most Ghanaians.

During a new meeting with Hammer Nti on Pure FM, the skilled adaptable artist referenced her rebound into the music scene which numerous music darlings have been hanging tight for such a long time a period asking Ghanaians across the globe to give her the required help.

She additionally underlined that a ton will be going on thus many changes will start as she ventures into the music field after such countless long periods of avoiding music. As indicated by Abrewa Nana, many individuals are tired of craftsmen like Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Sarkodie, Samini, and others. She said many individuals need to e took care of with something new and unique.

“Things will change. This time around, things should change since we are completely tired from the Shatta Wale’s to Stonebwoy to the Samini’s to the Sarkodie. We are worn out” she revealed to Hammer Nti in a meeting.

Abrewa Nana has asked Ghanaians to end the disposition of tossing their help to not many specialists in the nation and contact the majority without showing any worry to those attempting to arrive.

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Source: Ghpage.com

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