The song specifically talks about hardship in human life.
Guru made reference to an early life lived in Accra. He's heard in the song talking about the things he used to do and the few people he knew that have become successful yet his life is at a standstill.
He asked whether it is going well for others. The chorus then followed. 'Enko yie, obra wei de3 enko' which translates to English as 'the life is not going well' keeps repeating in the chorus.
Guru's new single (Enko Yie) features another Ghanaian musician called Benji.
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