Kofi Kinaata use bible verse to explain 'Confessions' song

Kofi Kinaata use bible verse to explain 'Confessions' song

Kofi Kinaata, also known as the Fante rap god, has had his hit song 'Confessions' ruling the airwaves since its initial release late last year.

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While according to him, the song was meant to advise all persons to refrain from driving while under the influence of alcohol, it seems the song did the exact opposite as it has become the anthem of almost every drinking spot and pub.

Kofi Kinaata use bible verse to explain 'Confessions' song

Kofi Kinaata

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The musician has on numerous occasions, and through interviews tried to explain the true purpose of the song, but to no avail, it would seem.

In a recent turn of explaining the theme of the song, Kofi Kinaata used a verse from Bible to explain his song's purpose.

On his Instagram page, he posted, "Deep thinkers like you @QuophiOkyeame make the work easier. He has simplified all what I wanted to say in the #Confession track. We all see and understand things differently depending on the angle you are viewing it from or how you are thinking.

The song leads the perishing to answer the alter call. Leave it all to Jesus when your strength can't handle it anymore.(Mat: 11-28)"

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With the more eloquent breakdown by Okyeame Quophi, we guess Kofi Kinaata has finally put across the true message of the song.

As to whether the crowd will appreciate this explanation, well, we will have to wait and see.

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Kofi Kinaata use bible verse to explain 'Confessions' song

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