The excited Fameye shared “Praise is number 1 on Citi 97.3 FM, Joy 99.7 FM and Y 102.5 FM. You guys are too much. Good music 🎶 is the way !!! it’s been very slow on growth but sure thank you Ghana 🇬🇭 #praisechallenge starts soon.”
There is a revolution in the music industry in this current age. Previously, Ghanaians accepted and grooved to anything they can dance with. An artist can have the nicest lyrics and vocals, when the instrumental element is non-danceable, the artist and his or her family will patronage the art.
Today, the lyrics and vocals are the highly sought-after element by fans. As a result, Kofi Kinaata, and a few others including Fameye are highly praised. Fameye is good with his story-telling approach in singing, and his most recent Praise is not different. It’s a piece of good music by all standards.The song has topped Citicoundown beating Kidi’s Touch It (4), Sarkodie’s Coachella (8), and Black Sheriff’s 2nd Sermon (2). Also, it placed number one for Top 10 Countdown on Joy Entertainment with DJ Black. And over there too, it beat 2nd Sermon which placed second again. Lastly, it was number one for YFM’s Top 20.
Produced by Liquid Beatz, the act dropped Praise on May 31. However, he released the visuals on July 14 on YouTube and has garnered over 600k streams.
The song is to praise God for yearly blessings and guidance. It’s about giving thanks to the Maker for making his dreams come true. The song featured a choir for the chorus and that alone gives it a different hearing experience. And to those whose lyrics mean a great deal to them as far as music is concerned, Praise is quality music.
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