Most Ghanaian artists are projecting Ghana on the world map through their music. Their songs going into the world's market also help the country to be recognized in terms of music and culture. Our artists being male or female are doing their possible best to excel in Ghana and even beyond.
Today a video circulating on the social media has spotted an 'Obroni' singing Kwesi Arthur's song 'word to word' for his bride and most social media users can not keep quiet. From the video spotted the 'Obroni' was seen holding a microphone during their wedding ceremony as he sings and dances to the most sensational rapper Kwesi Arthur's song titled 'Dont Keep Me Waiting' which features the Lynx Entertainment signee, Kidi.
The video ever since it hits online has spake a lot of reactions from the social media users. Many people were happy seeing the groom singing this song his bride.
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Some of the comments were funny as other people ask him if he really understands the lyrics of the song. Check some of their comments below;
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