Movie star, Nana Ama McBrown, and popular singer, Empress Gifty, have showed their versatility as they rapped Kofi Kinaata’s Single and Free song in a video.
Perhaps, the most versatile Ghanaian celebrity is actress Nana Ama McBrown.
Also, gospel singer Empress Gifty, commonly known as Gifty Osei, appears to be versatile because even though she is a gospel singer, she still loves music of other genres.
In a video shared by Kofi Kinaata and seen by YEN.com.gh, the two beautiful women were seen singing Kinaata’s Single and Free.
The setting was the McBrown’s Kitchen where Empress Gifty was being hosted by Nana Ama.
Talking about her love for the song, Empress Gifty revealed that it is her best so far.
She noted that the song contained so much wisdom, and is not vulgar, making her love it so much.
She sang the most interesting part of the song she loves so much which literally translate: “If you leave me, I don’t have to strangle my neck with a rope for you, go go go!”.
Nana Ama was also singing along, nodding as Gifty talked deeply about why she loved the song so much.
The song actually talks of a lover being jilted by the partner but still strong to keep going despite the pain.
The two women also praised Kinaata and described him as a fine and talented musician who must be celebrated.
YEN.com.gh, however, cannot say if Gifty, now married to NPP’s Hopeson Adorye, genuinely loves the song, or because she at a point found herself in the situation described in the song.
Her marriage to his first husband and former manager, Pastor Osei, had ended, leading to her second marriage to Adorye.
Meanwhile, Nana Ama has often sang songs she says she loves so much and she is a good dancer too.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, she was captured dancing to Shaku Shaku while she was heavily pregnant.
Yenkasa: Should Stone Bwoy and Shatta Wale be pardoned for their conduct?| #Yencomgh
Have national and human interest issues to discuss?
Know someone who is extremely talented and needs recognition?
Your stories and photos are always welcome. Get interactive via our Facebook page.
Source: Yen News