Matino, a Ghanaian hip-hop artist, has released a new single called 'Mofe Jaiye Mi,' which features top vocalist Kelvyn Boy.
Matino's powerful vocals and delivery are combined with an incredible verse delivery from Kelvynboy in this instantly catchy tune, which is geared to get people on the dance floor and is produced by Ghanaian beat composer JakOnDeBeat.
'Mofe Jaiye Mi,' which contains Matino's sorrowful penship and lover boy demeanor, reflects his musical DNA. The vocalist proclaims his love for a female in this musical masterpiece, and the song revolves around Matino's love life. The musician falls in love with a lady after meeting her. "Mofe Jaiye Mi" includes beautiful melodies and lush instrumentation that puts the listener in a good mood.
Matino had something to say about the single:
"Mofe jaiye mi is a passionate song that I had in high school." I was head over heels in love with a girl who I couldn't publicly express my feelings for. I wanted to tell my tale alongside one of the biggest acts because I believed it was the ideal time to communicate my thoughts through my craft.
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