According to post on his Facebook wall, Kofi Kinaata revealed that his viral single, "Things Fall Apart" has been taken by the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science And Technology to be studied by level 200 language students.
"Because of the literary devices and lyrical arrangement of stanzas set up in Kofi Kinaata's [@KinaataGh ] Song "Things Fall Apart", the English Department of KNUST have authorized the song to be studied by level 200's for the first semester of the 2021 /2022 academic year" the post read.
As was his 'Confession' which was also full of literary and lyrical arrangements of stanzas, the things fall apart is also making its way into academia
The level 200 English students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science And Technology are now authorised by authorities to use the song for their studies.
Music when done properly and contains numerous literally devices such as rhyme, metaphors, alliteration and etc can go a long way to help students while entertaining them in addition, making it good enough to be studied.
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