Kumawood actress turned singer Emelia Brobbey has commended music producer and entertainment pundit Mark Okraku Mantey for encouraging her to continue with her music career when others were trolling her
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The 'Fa Me Ko' hitmaker in an interview on TV3 said Okraku Mantey was one of the few people who told her that there was nothing wrong with her debut single.
” People who were pros and gurus in the music industry like Okraku Mantey who said there was nothing wrong with my first single. Musically, a lot of people were coming in and saying I’ve done well. And there were those who were heavily criticizing me too. But I realized no matter what you do, you need someone to direct you and those who will criticize you.” She stated
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Emelia Brobbey shocked many Ghanaians when she released a second song ' ODO ELECTRIC' after she was heavily trolled for releasing her debut single ‘Fa Me Ko’.
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She added that she will continue to drop more songs and she will work hard to ensure that she gets better with her music career.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Founder of Anointed Palace Chapel (APC), Rev. Obofour had been spotted in a video jamming to Medikal's 'Omo Ada' while he partied in his GHC600,000 recreational vehicle.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Rev Obofour was seen busily dancing to the song as he sprayed bundles of cash on some of his church members and friends who were dancing in the car.
Obofour's GHC 600,000 recreational vehicle is one of a kind in Ghana which has a hall, bedroom, kitchen, toilet and bathroom.
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