Music is good for the soul. It heals, encourages, and brings some sort of warmth and relief to many people. Every musician has people who admire him or her despite how they fo their music. Some people are into reggae, dancehall, RnB, gospel, highlife, hiplife and the likes.
From time to time, some fans of musicians can decide to question them on why they haven't been hearing from them, why they haven't released any song yet and others. Sometimes, the pressure mounted on these popular musicians serves as good grounds for then so surprise their fans by dropping huge hit songs.
We cannot talk about popular musicians in Ghana without mentioning the name of DopeNation.
DopeNation are popular Ghanaian artists who are twins. They are like somewhat the P-Square of Ghana. They came into the limelight after their song "Zanku" became a hit and was sang and danced to by many people.
The twin musicians are being pressured by their fans to drop an album. These fans could be seen holding placards which contained whatever message they want to sen to DopeNation.
One of the placards had a writing which says "DopeNation everyday studio based naaso no album". Which means that DopeNation is always in the studio but haven't dropped an album.
One roasted plantain seller who could be seen to be tired of the singles was holding a placard boldly written "Yabr3 singles no DopeNation".
The fans seem to wait so hard for an album to be released by DopeNation. Their placards say it all.
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