I have been in music for 19 years but they never call me for shows - Ghanaian gospel singer

I have been in music for 19 years but they never call me for shows - Ghanaian gospel singer

- Elder-Professor Kofito, a Ghanaian gospel musician, has revealed all his hard work for several years has yielded close to nothing

- According to the middle-aged man, he has been recording music for 19 years and has 16 albums in total

- The elder gave a number of reasons why his music career has not had any big breakthroughs

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A Ghanaian gospel singer popularly known in his circles as Elder-Professor Kofito says he has been in music for 19 years but has never been called for any popular shows.

In an interview with SV TV sighted by YEN.com.gh on the organisation's YouTube channel, the singer indicates that he has made 16 albums since he started recording his songs in 2001.

When asked what had caused him to be an underground singer for so long with all his hard work, the singer, who admits he imitates renowned singer Osei Bonsu, attributed it to a number of factors.

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First of all, the acclaimed Elder-Professor said he had been unable to get great producers despite his many efforts over the ages.

The gospel singer further claimed that radio stations have not helped with his publicity as they normally charge GHc300 or GHc400 to play one or two songs for a limited time.

Furthermore, due to little funding, he had been unable to reach many stations or travel to many places to promote his music.

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I have been in music for 19 years but they never call me for shows - Ghanaian gospel singer
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In a separate report, Kelvin Okyere, a young Ghanaian who is a vlogger, has revealed how his life changed after jumping from the Dzorwulu Overhead in Accra on February 20, 2019.

In an interview with ZionFelix sighted by YEN.com.gh, Kelvin mentioned that the incident happened around 9:30 pm when he was on his way to Accra Technical University from Madina and decided to use the Dzorwulu Overhead route.

According to Kelvin, he was around the overhead when a man aggressively emerged with a cutlass and gave him a hot chase.

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