Musicians’ vast focus is based on entertaining their fans with their songs. We have some male artiste who made song to appreciate and thank their wives for their support. But we have to ask; Does it mean those artistes that do not make song for their wives do not have any unique love for them?
Here are the artiste that set the record.
A rapper, songwriter and entrepreneur sang “Can’t Let You Go” to convey an assurance and appreciation message to the wife, Tracy Owusu Addo. The name is Michael Owusu Addo popularly known as Sarkodie. The interesting thing about this song is that, he made it in their wedding era.
Samuel Adu Frimpong who is popularly called Medikal also made it among this list. His song “Ayekoo” featuring King Promise is initially to appreciate the existence of his wife, Fella Makafui in his life.
African Woman as a song for all African Women is also to appreciate someone particular alongside. Livingstone Etse Satekla (Stonebwoy) is the owner of the said song.
The above are few male artiste among other that appreciated their wives through their song. If you know a renowned or underground female artiste that made song for the partner or husband, let me in the comment session.
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