- Prince Bright has called on Ghanaians to stop mocking Emelia Brobbey's first attempt at music with her 'Fame Kɔ' song.
- Prince Bright, who was a member of the defunct Buk Bak, said Emelia needs to be commended because it is not easy to go into the studio to record a song.
- Since its release, Emelia's song has received a lot of negative feedback, with some fans mocking her voice
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Veteran Ghanaian musician, Prince Bright, has commended actress Emelia Brobbey for putting in efforts to release her debut 'Fame Kɔ' song.
In an interview on UTV, Prince Bright mentioned that he will love to have a collaboration with Emelia should she decide to do a remix of the 'Fame Kɔ' song.
Emelia Brobbey has been trolled on social media after she released her song 'Fame K)’. But Prince Bright has no problem with her voice. He will rather have a collaboration with Emelia Brobbey.
Since its release, Emelia's song has received a lot of negative feedback, with some fans mocking her voice.
This notwithstanding, the actress now turned musician has also received praise from some quarters of social media following the release of the song.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Nana Ama McBrown has been spotted singing and dancing to Emelia Brobbey's new single titled 'Fame Kɔ'.
Nana Ama McBrown, in a video, was seen enjoying herself as the Fame Kɔ song played in the background.
In a Facebook video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Nana Ama got the lyrics to Emelia Brobbey's song on point as she sang confidently. She appeared to enjoy the song as if the lyrics in it resonated with her.
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