Ghanaian talented and prolific Gospel song writer of our time, widely known in real life as Kwame Obeng Barima (KOB), is finally set together with his management team, to release a master class song titled 'Cocoa' , on Friday, May 20, 2022.
In an exclusive one on one interview with Ghananewss.com news Portal, KOB was optimistic that, his new song dubbed 'Cocoa', will be a house hold term all over the country and beyond.
According to him, the song talks more on the need for people to work very hard, in order to achieve a greater success without engaging in any ill acts that will bring shame and suffering to themselves at their old age. When he was asked if the song will be a normal gospel genre as we all know him to be, he made it clear that, "it's a blend of hilife and gospel with great lyrics behind it". He finally urged all his loving fans to get ready for the song on coming Friday on all his digital platforms via YouTube, Audiomck, iTunes and others.
The new song Cocoa was produced by Owura, and the song has already received massive applauds from few people who got to listen to it from the studio.
KOB has a number of great song such as Aseda, featuring Yaw Sarpong and Mark Anim Wirekyi, Mmodinbo, Gyae Su, Awie3 ne asem Featuring OJ, and host of other great songs.
Check out the cover art of the song below:
Ebosafo.com and Ghananewss.com will be updating our followers, as soon as the song is released.
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