Kweku Owusu Darlington, referred to generally as Kweku Darlington, is set to deliver another single highlighting amazing rapper Okyeame Kwame and Fameye following his hit tune "Baabi Awu", which was delivered months prior.
As a result of TV3's Reloaded Mentor series, Kweku Darlington sprouted into the limelight of the music business with his most memorable single, Obaa Ne Barima (Man and Woman).
Addressing Kwamemotion.com's proofreader, the singer said,
He once in a while becomes spellbound when he plunks down to notice nature. He understands human instinct both makes and obliterates
" I was inspired to compose this subsequent to perceiving how effectively individuals annoy each other, and how, in their fury and misery, they would not be able to excuse and get payback by accomplishing something crippling."
" I was roused to compose this in the wake of perceiving how effectively individuals affront one another, and how, in their fury and pain, they would not be able to pardon and get payback by accomplishing something debilitating."
"Onipa," which is yet to be delivered this approaching Friday, July 8th,
I decided to put Fameye and Okyeame Kwame on this record in light of how the greater part of their melodies teach mankind".
"I realized they could relate to the image I needed to paint".
The Track will be accessible on all computerized stores.
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