- Flyboy Geesus has dished out two songs “Otedola” and “Come Over” ahead of his LP release
- The versatile Ghanaian musician indicated that his songs were going to be the talk of the town for a long time
- Flyboy Geesus maintained that he was here to stay and was working hard to prove his musical prowess
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Ghanaian recording artist Flyboy Geesus known in real life as Henry George Blagogee has blessed fans with the release of two singles months after releasing his EP – Welcome to Las Vegas.
The EP received great reviews from fans and critics and now Flyboy is ready to unleash the next catalogue of songs he has under his belt.
Announcing the release of his forthcoming LP, the two singles will serve as a teaser ahead of the grand release.
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The two songs respectively are RnB, Dancehall and AfroBeat influenced fusions laid with good melodies.
The first single Otedola, is a song about making money like one of Nigeria’s richest men Femi Otedola. The song features poverty hitmaker J.Derobie with production credits going to A-Town TSB.
‘Come Over’ is a love song produced by Liquid Beatz. Flyboy Geesus serenades his girl with emotionally felt lyrics. It is definitely also one for the dance floor as the song is an afro-fusion blend of afrobeats and highlife.
Otedola features award-winning Ghanaian music progidy J.Derobie.
Youtube Otedola - https://youtu.be/D7LaCdJ9aLw
Sista Afia: 'Macho' man storms Accra FM to Collect Unpaid debt from Singer During Interview
Meanwhile, a heavy-built muscled man has stormed the studio of Accra FM to interrupt an interview with Ghanaian female artiste, Sista Afia claiming to collect his unpaid debt for acting as her bouncer sometime back.
In a video shared by popular blogger Zion Felix, the singer is sighted confused as she watches the 'macho' man rant about his alleged unpaid debt as the staff of the radio station try to control the situation.
Sista Afia vehemently denied the claims of the bouncer saying she does not know him and can't remember ever working with him.
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