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“I never stole Okyeame Kwame’s Halleluja”- Bishop Gyatabuom Gyata

 

 Story By: Joseph Banzie

 

Coincidentally, two musicians Kwame Nsiah Apau a.k.a Okyeame Kwame and Asare Bediako Albert a.k.a Bishop Gyatabuom Gyata released latest songs titled Hallelujah within the same week.

Gyatabuom said he released his single two days before he heard Okyeame Kwame premiering his own on Plus FM and he was shocked that Okyeame Kwame has also done something similar.

He went on to say that though they all dropped the songs the same week yet there are differences in the lyrics and the brain behind that.

‘’My Hallelujah comes in Chorus alone and I was expressing how good God has been good to me and Okyeame Kwame’s talks about how he started his music career, the frustrations he went through and those stuff”, he said.

 

The ace radio presenter did not mince words when he was asked if he feels worried his Hallelujah will be overshadowed by Okyeame Kwame’s .

“Not at all, a clear example is Chris Wadle’s ‘’bie gya’’ and Shatta Wale’s ’bie gya’’ but they are all making waves’’

The former O FM Entertainment and Drive Time show host assured his fans of massive releases till the end of the year.

‘’ Expect more releases from me, I promise you of another release next week and I will continue to release new songs every week from now till December. I have been working very hard Infact I don’t sleep. I have done a lot of recordings, some too are yet to be recorded and I have not stop writing too’’

The ‘Zaminnama Tim Za’ hit maker told this reporter about the need of Producer.

‘’ promotion is all about money and am also financially handicapped now I need help. Until I get support I keep on releasing who knows which one will attract a sponsor’’ He rhetorically questioned.

 

Story By: Joseph Banzie

 

 

 

 

 

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