E.L: Musician Reveals Struggle In America, Says He Worked As A Delivery Boy

E.L: Musician Reveals Struggle In America, Says He Worked As A Delivery Boy

  • Gifted afrobeat rapper E.L shared his grace to grass story with 3Music and the lessons time has taught him
  • The Ghanaian singer disappeared from the music scene without a trace until his return, and many have wondered what happened to him
  • The award-winning producer revealed how he lost everything and had to start from scratch in a foreign land by working as a delivery boy

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Ghanaian rapper and producer Elom Adablah, known as E.L, has disclosed what he has been up to in the States in an interview with 3Music.

The musician said that he had learnt his lessons when he lost everything and had to start life afresh.

E.L told Jay Foley how he had to start delivering food from door to door in America to make ends meet.

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A photo collage of E.L posing
Musician E.L. Image credit: @elrepgh
Source: Instagram

According to Don Lomi, as he is fondly called, leaving the BBnZ was tough but necessary.

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He added that shortly after, he lost his musical prowess and had to take a break to reorganise himself. E.L said he did not seek professional help when his mental health deteriorated but instead did some soul-searching to find answers.

"Charley, time teaches you so many valuable lessons and changes you. Especially when you go through a few things. I have passed through things. It came to a point when I was in the States, and I had to start working as a food delivery guy. It was that deep."

E.L cautioned upcoming musicians to cool down and focus on the right priorities.

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"That stuff teaches you about humility, and so when any artiste comes to me for advice, I tell them to cool down."

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E.L also added a word of advice to artistes currently reigning to keep themselves grounded and humble.

See how Ghanaians reacted to E.L's grace-to-grass story

Ghanaian rapper E.L disclosed that he had to relocate to America to work for money when his career died. And this is how his fans responded.

Ras Rajah wrote:

EL is the guy❤️

Abraham Kwabena Burniton commented:

King Without A Crown is in the building!!!!!!!!!!!

Sticks The Rapper said:

I can't stop watching the flow of the conversation ☝

Fameye recounts his early days and says he was a teacher before the music

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported Ghanaian singer Fameye sharing his touching grass-to-grace story.

Fameye revealed that he started life as a kindergarten teacher before music made him famous.

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He recalled how he used to teach the children "jama" songs.

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Grace Afua Somuah-Annan (Deputy HOD Entertainment) Grace Somuah-Annan is the Deputy HOD of the entertainment desk at YEN with over five years of experience in digital media. She graduated from the Ghana Institute of Journalism (2018) with a bachelor's in Communications (Public Relations). Grace Afua started her professional career as a writer at Pulse Ghana, and editorial assistant at Media General's 3news.com. Email: grace.somuah-annan@yen.com.gh

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