Recounting his journey as a Ghanaian artiste on a Ghanaian entertainment program, Akwaboah announced that indeed, his songwriting skills were once patronized in the production of a song by Award winning International artiste, Alicia Keys however, it was the contract was terminated not so long after.
In an interview he reiterated on his ability to fuse in the Afro energy which was required in the song of Alicia Keys and to his surprise the management of the singer enjoyed the lyrics.
However, to Akwaboah’s dismay, another Ghanaian who heard of this contract quickly alerted the producers of the song of Akwaboah’s insignificant numbers gathered in the music industry, making him unfit as a valued choice.
After a thorough investigation of Akwaboah’s growth in terms of followers and popularity, the production team of Alicia Keys who once needed Akwaboah’s song writing skills terminated it upon hearing the testimony made by another Ghanaian.
The pull-him-down syndrome really exists after all! Best wishes to Akwaboah in all his endeavors
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