Meet The Ghanaian Rising Musician Who Uses Only His Phone To Create Music

Meet The Ghanaian Rising Musician Who Uses Only His Phone To Create Music

  • A young Ghanaian artist called Konzabre Gorden Yin but Shoody artistically is making music with his phone
  • One of his creations called Give Me Love was so good, it passed all the requirements and got accepted onto Audiomack
  • According to Shoody, he decided to use limited resource to chase his dream in order to inspire other upcoming artists

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Konzabre Gorden Yin, a gentleman in Ghana with the big dream of becoming a superstar has decided not to let his current circumstances hold him back from chasing his ambitions.

In an interview with YEN.com.gh, the young man revealed that songs he has already created, some of which have verses from big boys in the industry were all recorded and fully made on his phone.

"I started making my songs in January 2022. Some of the songs I made on my phone including Give Me Love that has been praised by many as a masterpiece have verses of popular artists in Ghana," he revealed.

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Konzabre Gorden Yin better known as Shoody
Photos of Konzabre Gorden Yin better known as Shoody Photo credit: Konzabre Gorden Yin
Source: UGC

Why he decided to start recording on his phone

The young artist known musically as Shoody, says he made the initiative of using only his cellphone to create music because he believes it's a great way to inspire other young people dreaming of doing music with limited resources.

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In his own words, the passionate upcoming musician said:

As an upcoming artist, I always want more and usually, I don't get what I want whenever I record with some producers. If you go in for a highly recommended producer, they don't put in efforts to perfect your work or give you enough time to make enough changes and get everything perfect.

He further indicated:

I believe music takes patience and it can only sound great when it has been given enough time and efforts. I recorded and edited the song for like a month.

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Give Me Love, Shoody's flagship project is available on Audiomack.

The Young Musician From Sierra Leone Making An Impact In Ghana

In a separate report, Ibrahim Saw, a talented young artiste who currently resides in Ghana is moving all mountains to become one of the history makers when it comes to Afrobeat music in Ghana.

In an interview with YEN.com.gh, the fast-rising artiste better known musically as Yung Wemy, revealed that his passion for music started as a young child when he was back in Sierra Leone, his birth country.

As he grew older from writing his first song at 11, Yung Wemy's passion also kept growing deeper until he decided to take a big stride and move to Ghana to reach a wider market for his genre of music.

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Ebenezer Agbey Quist (HOD Human-Interest) Ebenezer Agbey Quist is the Head of the Human Interest Desk at YEN.com.gh. He has a BSc in Chemical Engineering from KNUST (2017) with 8 years of experience as a writer and 3 years as an editor. He has certificates in AFP courses on digital investigation techniques. At YEN.com.gh, Ebenezer has won the Outstanding Achievement for Professional Conduct Award and the Best Human Interest Editor Award. He is also the author of 3 books. You can contact him via ebenezer.quist@yen.com.gh.