A Ghanaian hip hop artiste goes by the name Sylvanus Dodji Joeffrey popularly known as 'CAPTAIN PLANET' , was formerly a member of the 4x4 music band formed in the 2000 by captain planet himself.
Who has a payed his quota in the Ghana music industry for about two decades and still in the industry.
Has released a new song titled Abodie featuring Kuame Eugene which was released a couple of days ago which is doing marvelously well after it's release,
So a content creator popularly Known as Kwadwo Sheldon who discuses songs after it is released, shared a video on his Instagram today playing the 'Abodie' song listening lyric by lyric to be able to tell the public what he thinks about the song .
In the song Captain planet made a statement in the song saying he is a national treasure ,
Kwadwo Sheldon paused the song and replied in the video saying that even though captain planet is a legend but he is not yet a national treasure .
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