- Young singer Herbybwoy has released a new song titled Feel The Pain
- The song, as the title suggests, talks about the sufferings of Ghanaians and Africans in everyday life
- Feel The Pain comes amid the latest wave of Xenophobic attacks in South Africa
The current xenophobic attacks against African migrants in South Africa has dominated news headlines for the past few days.
Many social media users have expressed their opinions on the unfortunate situation and entertainers have not been left out with Dancehall stalwart Stonebwoy releasing a song for unity.
Young artist Herbybwoy has become the latest Ghanaian musician to release a song related to the bad treatment of the Africans in South Africa.
In the song titled Feel The Pain, Herbybwoy decided to tackle other issues which could be the root causes.
For the Afropop and Reggae sensation, the violence in South Africa and the everyday sufferings of Ghanaians and other Africans are due to poor leadership.
He thus urges the many people who suffer on the streets of Ghana and other African countries to stand up and fight for their rights and freedoms and stop any new form of slavery from the so called ‘powerful people and leaders’ who don’t really care about their sufferings.
Born Herbert Ohene Addo on May 30, 1999, Herbybwoy may be a very young man but his lyrics in the Feel The Pain track are deep and full of wisdom.
It is no surprise that he has already landed a management contract with HenWorld Records, the same label that manages Ghanaian legendary music duo, Akatakyie of Odo Esisi Me fame.
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