Chemphe, the Ghanaian songwriter, originally known as Henry Agyekum, introduced another style of music which he named, “Urban Life”; a mixture of soulful R&B vocals and grooves from Ghana some years ago.
Last Saturday, in an interview with Flex newspaper, he talked about his music career; I am not worried when I hear peoples’ comments on my song that is not a hit. Everyone knows that not all the songs can be hit at the same time, here I am not neglecting number 1 spot but I am not worried about that.
Chemphe said, there are several songs that make me popular in the world, but are not popular in Ghana. So, its music, people of any area can like it since music doesn’t have boundaries.
I am happy with my music because my songs make me accepted all over the world, so I am not looking forward to give a hit song that will be washed away within three months.
I want to live in the heart of people, that is the reason I did this song, “why you dey treat am bad” which is telling us about how women are being abused.
Most people love to hear great slow music while some think that Ghanaian music is noisy but I am very thankful, when my songs came out, they are equally loved by the music fans and sold out within a short period of time, said Chemphe.
He concluded, as for now, I am the only Ghanaian in the world chart show; no Ghanaian has been on the list. Also, I am the world ambassador of the YMCA the biggest and largest community in the world.
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