Ghanaian award winning blogger Kobby Kyei of Kobby Kyei New Live has indicated in a post that he will be dropping his first song very soon.
He announced this on his social media pages, that on 28th March 2020 which is his birthday he will be dropping his song featuring Kojo Cue and Camidoh. The song is entitled “WHO SEND THEM “ is expected to be one of Ghana’s hit song as his fellow bloggers have already started hyping the song on their social media channels.
Blogger Kobby Kyei studied music at the University Of Education where he conceived the idea of being a blogger as a result of the love he had for Sarkodie.
Not long ago another famous blogger Zion Felix also released a song featuring Fameye and Sister Afia. The questions is are Ghanaian bloggers now venturing into music? Or does that mean there is no profit in blogging anymore?
On the same note most people are of the view that this is the song that will one day take Ghana to the GRAMMYs.
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