International Ghanaian artist OheneNotw explains in a video how he was saved by the "No Pressure" album by Sarkodie in America when he was stopped by police for over-speeding.
In the video, he made mention of playing of the songs which happens to be a gospel kind of song by Sarkodie.
Watch the video here:
OheneNtow also has a second album coming up very soon. The "Sugar Banana" hit-maker released his first album "Born Prince Die King" around 2018-2019 which did massively well on the global market and he is almost ready to drop the "Born Prince Die King II" album soon.
He has over the years worked and perform on so many platforms in both Africa and Europe. His style of music is so unique and has a touch of African vibes when listening.
His song Amen which featured Ghanaian superstar Guru has been doing very on the market same as his new single Money which features fast rising Ghanaian stars Dhope Twins and Bra Bryte. The song is already being played on major stations and streamed across the glob.
Check out Money by OheneNtow ft Dhope Twins and Bra Bryte
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