The 'Praise' hitmaker, Fameye, who seems to have been through a lot of challenges during his hustling days before he rose to prominence, prefers to inspire and encourage his fans by putting the struggles and the lessons in his tunes to motivate his listeners.
Due to this, most people perceive that the singer is broke, that’s why he always preaches about poverty and life challenges in his quest to eradicate poverty from his life as well as that of his loyal fans.
In an interview with Abeiku Santana on Okay Fm's Ekwasodwoodwoo, when Fameye was asked about how people are talking about his dressing and what he wears, he boldly claimed that people are tagging him to that fact, and when you listen to all his songs played, he's just motivating the street, even though his chain can buy Uber car for some street boys, so they can feed themselves.
He also stated that his songs have been motivating a lot of people on the streets and have even bettered the lives of many and for that, he has no intentions to stop what he is doing due to the petty trolls on social media.
Fameye currently is without, doubt one of the most influential musicians in Ghana right now as he keeps working hard on his craft and his stage performance.
According to Fameye, he believes he's growing, and due to that, his brand and everything about his changing gradually as he's learning day by day.
Watch the Interview below;
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