Many have been wondering so far what had influenced the famous actress, Emelia Brobbey into the music industry. Emelia as we all know is a very good actress and helped very much in the movie industry, precisely Kumawood. Now, the movie industry is incurring various constraints which has somehow disrupted their work. This however led to actors and actresses finding other means of survival.
Everything was still the same until Ghanaians started hearing a new song from none other than Emelia Brobbey. This seemed so strange and unbelievable though. It’s because no one had expected that from her. Emelia then said during an interview with the Graphic Showbiz that, her passion for music made her take such action. According to her, she said she was an entertainer and therefore can sing aside acting too.
Also, she claimed she loves music and therefore had dawned to sing. Actually, the person in the music industry that really motivated her was Akosua Agyapong and the energy she invested in music. She then confirmed that the movie industry was not growing at all and so, she decided to take actions that will still help her.
She later said she misses acting though but also desires music strongly. She stated, in order for her to reach her fans, she brought up a talk show and also produced new songs which she could always keep in touch with her cherished fans. Therefore, it’s not that she has quit acting but instead, she wants to try her luck in music for her own well-being.
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