Emelia Brobbey vows to work on her 'bad' voice in 'Fame Kɔ' song

Emelia Brobbey vows to work on her 'bad' voice in 'Fame Kɔ' song

- Emelia Brobbey has finally accepted to work on her voice after receiving several criticisms ever since she dropped her 'Fame Kɔ' song.

- Since its release, Emelia's song has received a lot of negative feedback, with some fans mocking her voice

- Responding to her critics, Emelia Brobbey said she will go through voice training sessions to ensure that her voice becomes silky.

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Popular Kumawood actress Emelia Brobbey has accepted the feedback from Ghanaians to work on her voice.

Due to the pressure coming from her fans on social media about her voice in 'Fame Kɔ' which was released earlier this month, the actress has vowed not to give up on her new venture which she is convinced is a talent and must be put to work.

With this, it can be concluded that Emelia has accepted the criticism in good faith and is ready to produce good music in the near future.

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In an interview with Luv FM and monitored by YEN.com.gh, she said after reading most of the comments, she concluded that her fans were more concerned about her voice but not the content of the song.

"Most of the comments, what I read is the voice. So, I know that they are criticising me so that I work on the voice.”

A lot of the people who trolled Emelia Brobbey on social media about her song complained that her voice sounded like "an old woman. "

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Many others including a Ghanaian comedian Jacinta Ocansey and others were seen in videos that have gone viral making fun of what she saw as a masterpiece.

“So I sang Emelia Brobbey’s voice, that’s what I did. I did me. I sang my voice. If Ghanaians are not happy and they think it’s noise I’ll go do the homework and bring it,” the ‘Adofo Asa’ she iterated.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Prince Bright had called on Ghanaians to stop mocking Emelia Brobbey's first attempt at music with her 'Fame Kɔ' song.

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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.

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.

He will rather have a collaboration with Emelia Brobbey.

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Source: Yen Ghana

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